Stormbringer

Stormbringer How many people remember where they were when the most destructive war in history began on the st of September Sixty million people were killed in the second world war How many people remember w

  • Title: Stormbringer
  • Author: Daniel DeLacy
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 153
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • How many people remember where they were when the most destructive war in history began on the 1st of September 1939 Sixty million people were killed in the second world war How many people remember where they were when the most destructive war in history began I remember I should remember I started it Some Crimes You Never Stop Paying For 11.15am 3rd of September 19How many people remember where they were when the most destructive war in history began on the 1st of September 1939 Sixty million people were killed in the second world war How many people remember where they were when the most destructive war in history began I remember I should remember I started it Some Crimes You Never Stop Paying For 11.15am 3rd of September 1939, BBC Radio This is London You will now hear a statement by the Prime Minister This morning the British ambassador in Berlin handed the German government a final note, stating that unless we heard from them, by 11 o clock, that they were prepared, at once, to withdraw their troops from Poland, a state of war would exist between us I have to tell you now, that no such undertaking has been received and that consequently this country is at war with Germany.

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    1. Fast-paced, compulsively readable, meticulously well researched, 'Stormbringer' tells the exploits of thief, conman and seductive scoundrel Robert L Parker and his part in inadvertently starting the Second World War. Personally requested by Churchill to go deep undercover into the Nazi army, our hero (as alias Michael Krause) finds himself promoted into the heart of the Third Reich as a decorated war hero and the top echelons of the Nazi Party. A tale of espionage laced with humour and wit, coun [...]

    2. This certainly wasn't what I expected. Helped with the Orlando weather delay on the journey home but then added to my jet lag as I didn't want to put it down.For some reason my kindle had this as SciFi. Not. War memoire, fictional of course but very readable. The ending was unsatisfactory simply because it ended where it did and had me wanting to get onto the next part. I'm glad for the mistake as I would never have chosen this book intentionally. A nice touch was the epilogue explaining what th [...]

    3. he book is absolutely gripping. Notionally it is a spy thriller, and when you look at it rationally a very improbable one at that. But it is so well written in terms of circumstantial detail about events 1938 to 1940 that one almost begins to believe it is a true story. It is written as an interspersed mixtures of short historical paragraphs written in news report style, and a narrative about the hero. In the process of reading it one discovers lots of things about the history of the period that [...]

    4. The book is written from the first person perspective. When I began reading this book I expected it to be a thriller based during the time leading up to World War II. What I did not expect was the historical accuracy of the story. The author was able to write a book that is easy and fun to read all while teaching the reader about many of the events leading up to the war. The majority of characters in this book are real life people and the few that aren't were made believable and it was easy to i [...]

    5. There is something funny with this book. The writing style seemed really amateurish (it improved as the book went on), some things are not clearly explained, others seem too hard to believe even in a fiction and there are too many clichés from WWII movies, books and history. However, the book is really nice, a quick read that keeps you hooked from the very beginning. I had a great time reading it and started part 2 immediately

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