Death Or Glory I: The Last Commando

Death Or Glory I The Last Commando In the heat of battle you have a choice Death or Glory Libya Rommel s Africa Korps is sweeping across the desert Ragged Allied forces are being torn apart in brutal fire fights on the scorched

  • Title: Death Or Glory I: The Last Commando
  • Author: Michael Asher
  • ISBN: 9780718154974
  • Page: 110
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In the heat of battle you have a choice Death or Glory .Libya, 1942 Rommel s Africa Korps is sweeping across the desert Ragged Allied forces are being torn apart in brutal fire fights on the scorched sands A desperate message to the Prime Minister is entrusted to First Officer Madeleine Rose, WRNS Her codename Runefish.When GHQ hears that Runefish s plane is losIn the heat of battle you have a choice Death or Glory .Libya, 1942 Rommel s Africa Korps is sweeping across the desert Ragged Allied forces are being torn apart in brutal fire fights on the scorched sands A desperate message to the Prime Minister is entrusted to First Officer Madeleine Rose, WRNS Her codename Runefish.When GHQ hears that Runefish s plane is lost behind enemy lines, they send for battle hardened Sergeant Tom Caine Caine is a first class soldier who nearly always does what he s told He will lead a squad of specialist commandos into the heart of enemy territory and either rescue or execute Runefish If he refuses to take this near suicide mission he faces court martial Now the outcome of the war depends on his following orders.Death or glory beckon .

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    1. A meaty thump of a book.Reading Death Or Glory I: The Last Commando is like being run over by a stampeding bull. The description is so real, so visceral, so very in your face that it evokes the very heart of (what I imagine to be) combat. Scenes in some books are described so poorly that the experience of reading is gruel-thin; not so this book. Each scene is a rich soupy smorgasbord of experience. The senses are fully engaged here - the sights, sounds, smells and the feels fully and realistical [...]

    2. An enjoyable blood and guts story from the Western Desert in WW2. Decent if predictable storyline with some good if rather black and white characters. If you like all action war books read this but not on a full stomach if you are in any way squeamish!

    3. Absolutely fantastic book. I can't explain in just 20,000 characters how well-researched every minute little detail is in all of Asher's work. The size of the guns, to the geography of the desert, to the exact sizes of the engines in the military vehicles - Asher is flawless with information! This book will keep you right on the edge of your seat (metaphorically, some people like to read in bed), I encourage everyone to read it at some point in their lifetime, if you like a bit of hammering the [...]

    4. I didn't expect to enjoy this as much as I did. I would give it 3.5 stars if there was the option. I don't know much about the Africa campaign, and this has made me want to learn more about it. Growing up on WWII movies it's great to see that there are books out there that tap into those boyhood memories. Tough guys with Tommy guns, tough guys with knives, and tough guys who like dames. A guilty pleasure for the boys.

    5. A jolly good show of a book in which our brave chaps take on the evil cricket hating jerries in North Africa ! Most entertaining, but be prepared for " Saving Private Ryan " level descriptions of combat. Not to be read on a full stomach.

    6. Cracking good read. Fast paced, lots of action, ambiguous ending. This book was a totally entertaining escapist read despite the likelihood of the hero and heroine surviving never being in doubt, nor the actual reason for the mission being difficult to work out.

    7. A very enjoyable read. But, as some one very interested in wwii military hardware some of the minor technical inaccuracies relay bugged me

    8. Great book to read and it gives you that feeling you are in the desert with Tom and everyone else. Just hope a new one comes out soon.

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