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Fox at the Front

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 26, 2013

    Truly Eccellent!

    Douglas Niles and Michael Dobson portray the charecters so vividly and so life-like, if you like history are a wwii buff or you just like war books then this is the riht book for you (read the first book before you read this thoufh

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 16, 2007

    I just don't know...

    Interesting to read, however at times I think events happen a bit too fast, are too shallow, or are simply hard to belief. At least the German quotes are now pretty correct (unlike in the previous book).

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 24, 2003

    Amazing!

    This is an absolutely riveting, page-turner of a book. The plot is amazingly sophisticated -- diverging from real events in absolutely plausible ways that demonstrate just how contingent history is ¿ and the characters are brilliantly drawn and so true to life one gets a deeper understanding of the real personalities that shaped (actual) history. This is, for instance, one of the best portraits of Patton since George C. Scott¿s immortal movie portrayal, and a completely engrossing dissection of Rommel, his nemesis cum ally in this alternative universe. The character of Franklin Roosevelt is drawn with a fine and subtle insight, befitting the man himself, and Stalin is absolutely chilling ¿ the more so for his almost seeming normality. If you want a book that you can¿t put down and that brings the strategy, tactics, horror and triumph of war alive, read

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