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I loved it butHow many times do you need to specify that the watch is the one Lydia Gave Him Or That Fenelli him or that Fenelli the medic from Cleveland or that Tommy and Lincoln s last names are Hart and ScottThe numerous instances of the black flier annoyed me too but I assume that was erhaps a choice made to keep the oint that Lincoln was black in mindExceptokay We get itAnyway I did enjoy the read but then when don t I enjoy most WWII books I Stumble Into Love picked up Hart s War expecting the standard WW2 Narrative and I wasn t insanely disappointed in this regard I wasn t able to finish the book and was never truly felt drawn into the storyortrayed The first 70 ages are only a build up without much context as to whats going to happen in any of them besides the final few when everything starts getting explained Where I left off a court case was about to begin avoiding spoilers so i m going to leave it
At That I Don T that I don t if that s what carried the Novel throughout the rest of the story and frankly I don t want to find out From reading the first 70 ages I can understand that the author is very skilled in weaving a story and setting however this story just didn t captivate me That s why I gave this book four stars Because while I didn t like the story I was able to understand that it wasn t bad and can easily be seen as a high uality story in the eyes of another I loved the movie and the book is even be. Second Lieutenant Tommy Hart a navigator whose B 25 was shot out of the sky in 1942 is burdened with guilt as the only surviving member of his crew Now he is just another POW at the fiercely guarded Stalag Luft 13 in BavariaThen routine comes to a halt with the. Tter I m happier with the ending of the book than I am with the movie ending Depressing book And I mean depressing because the book is so bad it will ut a sad face in every reader it gains The story is kinda good but it gets annoying VERY often I do not recommend it to anyone specially if you like to read about WWII view spoilerPlus the ending is the biggest Twentieth-Century Music and Politics peace of SHIT you could ever imagine Fucking terrible hide spoiler Well Hart s War is another of those books which I ve let languish on my book shelf for over ten years I initiallyurchased it to read before watching the movie of the same name and when I watched the movie rior to reading I lost interest in the book This was an unfortunate decision as I was to discover John Katzenbach s writing is exceptional and his ability to create the atmosphere of the WWII POW camp develop characters create a first class mystery and leave the reader with moral dilemmas to solve shows me that he is a writer who I should continue to read and should not have assed by until this Can Government Think? pointThe setting is Stalag Luft Thirteen which like the camp from Hogan s Heroes has allowed no escapees It is an oppressivelace and Tommy Hart Much like the other risoners feels the lack of freedom acutely Before the war and being shot down Hart was working on getting a degree in law from the war and being shot down Hart was working on getting a degree in law from When a man is murdered in the camp Hart is given the task of defen. Arrival of a new risoner First Lieutenant Lincoln Scott an African American Tuskegee airman who instantly becomes the target of contempt from his fellow soldiers When a Regulating Medicines in Europe prisoner is brutally murdered and all the blood soaked evidenceoints to Scott Hart is tapp.
READ & DOWNLOAD ð eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB â John KatzenbachDing the African American Tuskegee airman who has been chargedIn developing the setting
Katzenbach Had The Helphad the help his father Nicholas Katzenbach former
General under the Lyndon B Johnson administration and a POW in a German rison during World War II This is reassuring to the reader who desire authenticityWhile the book is one which has a cast of characters Katzenbach is able to flesh out a character in a few short sentences as is the case of Vincent Bedford or Trader Vic Bedford had a thick southern drawl with an excitable uality to it He was an excellent Bi America pokerlayer a than East Asia in the World passable shortstop who d done some time in the minor leagues Before the war he d been a car salesman which seemed appropriate But what he truly excelled at was the commerce of Stalag Luft Thirteen turning cigarettes and chocolates and tins of real coffee that arrived either in Red Crossarcels or The Wives of Bath packages from the States into clothing and other goods I love a good mystery and Hart s War is certainly that While the reader has manyieces of the Wool-Gathering or How I Ended Analysis puzzle the whole of it does not come together until the end of this suspenseful story I thoroughly appreciated how it came togetherAs with many of my favorite books this one left me much to think over and especially the moral dilemmas which are likely to occur during a time of war I highly recommend this book and look forward to reading from John Katzenbach. Ed to defend the soldier In a trial rife with racial tension and raw conflict where the lines between ally and enemy blur there are those with their own secret motives and a burningassion for a rush to judgment no matter what the cost From the Paperback editio. secret motives and a burning assion for a rush to judgment no matter what the cost From the Paperback editio. .Attorney General under the Lyndon B Johnson administration and a POW in a German rison