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    Nuclear Race during WWII

    As an audiobook, I listened to “The One Man” by Andrew Gross which I thoroughly enjoyed. It totally captured me. Hence, I decided to read “The Saboteur”. February, 1943. Both the Allies and the Nazis are closing in on attempts to construct the decisive weapon of the war, the Atomic Bomb. This book is based on a true story of “Operation Gunnerside”, a British-sponsored mission that sent Norwegian commandos into the Nazi-occupied region of their country to destroy the German nuclear weapons program. From a historical perspective, I found the story to be quite interesting. Denmark and Norway were both invaded and occupied by the Germans. Iceland and Greenland were under British or American protection and only Sweden remained neutral, cooperating with both sides. The event was previously captured in a movie called “The Heroes of Telemark” (1965). I found this book to be verbose and too descriptive, it tended to drag on for me. Additionally, I never warmed up to the characters even though they were interesting. The storyline never really captured me nor pulled me into the book. It is an interesting story and for that I give it three stars.
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    Outstanding

    Would like to see more books on the subject of these resisters. My father in law was one in France
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    Mi-figue, mi-raisin

    Un roman historique, basé sur des faits réels, qui a l'étoffe d'un «thriller». Réserve majeure: trop «romancé», avec des histoires incidentes d'amours impossibles et sans pertinence. Globalement excellent.
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