December Radio

December Radio

by Lazlo Ferran


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ISBN-13: 9781942981473
Publisher: Argus Enterprises International
Publication date: 02/10/2016
Pages: 260
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 8.80(h) x 0.60(d)

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December Radio 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
JonDavies More than 1 year ago
The Nazi nuclear bomb programme was a real programme, documented and something which could have turned the tide of history. In December Radio, Lazlo Ferran builds upon the known facts and creates a highly plausible alternate history. The clever way this is done, using the politics of Occupied Holland, and the various scientists and prisoners in the underground (literally) scientific programmes, including that of the V2, build a sense of reality that grounds this story - often in mud, sometimes in blood. The characters are believable, not always likeable, finding their way in the dark world of Nazi Europe, sometimes desperate, sometimes vile, oft-times practical, occasionally heroic. The scenes on the submarine are especially well-done, capturing the sense of claustrophobia and danger, and how hard running a blockade was. The denouement is a thrilling climax and I did not know what was going to happen right up unto the end - highly recommended!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This story deals with the end of the second world war and one man’s attempt to thwart the Nazi’s efforts to produce a nuclear bomb and save his brother – and the world. The premise is good but I must say I had difficulty with the author’s style in this work. It made the story over-complicated. I have read other works by this author and much prefer his normal straight-forward story telling style. His book Attack Hitler’s Bunker! was a much better action war story. However, if you like something a bit quirky give this a try.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
An exciting read that is factual in many ways and captures the atmosphere of life at the time.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Lazlo Ferran leaves sci-fi and fantasy behind and enters the world of the thriller. This book is his best to date (of what I've read) and is set during the second world war as an espionage/spy thriller. Interesting characters and a plot which feels like it could genuinely be something that happened, make this a real page turner. I found this to be an enjoyable read.