Member Review


Pub Date:

Review by

Elizabeth M, Reviewer

Last updated on 12 Sep 2017

I Recommend This Book


a gripping account of this turning point of the Second World War, Jon Latimer gives us the experience of the men who fought – British, Australians, New Zealanders, South Africans, Germans, Italians and others besides. We feel their fear, elation or despair as they fight it out at close quarters amid a welter of confusion – heat, sand, smoke, noise, dust, flies and blood.
My thoughts:
If you love to read or know anyone that loves to read about WW2 ,then this is for you or them, Mr.Jon Latimer has away with bring to live the very history his writing about. At least that's the way it felt while I was read Alamein, it was like I could see and feel every thing that was happening. It gives you not only a idea of how it was over there but the lives of both sides of the war. With that said I would like to say thinks to NetGalley for giving me a chance at reading Alamein , and learning more about what was going doing WW2.

Buy this Book on