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As a bit of a WW2 history geek this offered insight into a different aspect of that period. The story of the ghost army is fascinating and the men as brave and integral to the war effort as any other.
However this book is poorly written, with rambling passages and repetition galore- how it got past an editor I don't know. It also lacks detailed description and analysis, relying on endless repetition of broad brush overviews and a handful of anecdotes. I persevered to the end in case any nuggets came out (I did say I was a bit of a geek) but was sorely tempted to give up.
Overall it's such a shame that this is so poorly written as the story deserves so much more.
Just wow, I do not have alot to say as I would be here writing the story out to you and I cannot do it justice. Just trust me when I say you will not regret reading or listening to this book.