Killing Ground (E–pub Free) Ã Douglas Reeman


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    Killing Ground (E–pub Free) Ã Douglas Reeman characters ß eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Douglas Reeman Douglas Reeman drinking game count the number of times characters drink a Horse's Neck brandy and Ginger Alethe Royal Navy drink of the 2nd half of the 20th Century 2 so far Make that 3; only 30% in Up to 4; 48% 5 at 53%; 6 at 64%; 7th on page 235 the Royal Navy and Wavy Navy drank an astonishing amount of booze in War 2Too great a sprawl 19

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    Douglas Reeman ☆ 8 Read & Download characters ß eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Douglas Reeman Killing Ground (E–pub Free) Ã Douglas Reeman One of the better books by the author Likely has the best presented depictions or action and combat but still suffers from the two com

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    characters ß eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Douglas Reeman Killing Ground (E–pub Free) Ã Douglas Reeman Douglas Reeman ☆ 8 Read & Download This feels derivative I think Nicholas Monsarrat did this subject better

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    characters ß eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Douglas Reeman Killing Ground (E–pub Free) Ã Douglas Reeman Douglas Reeman ☆ 8 Read & Download I hate to be the naysayer and I do so with caution since every author instantly wants to become a critic Nonetheless I disliked the

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    characters ß eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Douglas Reeman Killing Ground (E–pub Free) Ã Douglas Reeman Well researched novel following the Captain and crew of a Royal Navy Destroyer during the Battle of the Atlantic from 1942 1944 Reeman paints a picture of the brutality of the conflict and the passions of the participants without delving into graphic language of violence While the main character is the Captain Reeman jumps from character to c

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    Read & Download Killing Ground Killing Ground (E–pub Free) Ã Douglas Reeman characters ß eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Douglas Reeman Much like The Cruel Sea by Nicholas Monserrat this book seems to be an authentic account of the struggles endured by the Royal Navy during the battle of the atlantic in escorting convoys while under attack by U boats This book has t

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    Douglas Reeman ☆ 8 Read & Download Killing Ground (E–pub Free) Ã Douglas Reeman Nasty goings on below the surface of the waves destroyer escorts corvettes convoys with sinking smoking hulks and the waters burning

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    Killing Ground (E–pub Free) Ã Douglas Reeman characters ß eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Douglas Reeman Read & Download Killing Ground Another good WWII sea novel by Douglas Reeman this time involving British destroyers against German u boats in the Atlantic Western Sea convoy war Principal characters are finely drawn and we empathize with their losses and sorrows The fiction parallels real events and trends and the book gives us perspective into the British struggle for survival during this horrendous war

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    Killing Ground (E–pub Free) Ã Douglas Reeman As always with Douglas Reeman an enjoyable read His descriptions make me feel as though I'm actually there He actually did convoy duty and obviously knows what he is describing A very moving account of what it must have been like

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    Killing Ground (E–pub Free) Ã Douglas Reeman Douglas Reeman not only provides an excellent historical perspective of the Battle of the Atlantic but does so with a well constructed plot with complex and realistic characters

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Killing Ground Summary ´ 108 characters ß eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Douglas Reeman Read & Download Killing Ground Only to its embittered survivors as the killing groundHMS Gladiator was part of that war An ordinary hard worked destroyer and her company of men Fighting for survival in a war with no rule. Another good WWII sea novel by Douglas Reeman this time involving British destroyers against German u boats in the Atlantic Western Sea convoy war Principal characters are finely drawn and we empathize with their losses and sorrows The fiction parallels real events and trends and the book gives us perspective into the British struggle for survival during this horrendous war

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Killing Ground Summary ´ 108 characters ß eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Douglas Reeman Read & Download Killing Ground The Western Ocean 1942From the bridge of HMS Gladiator Lieutenant Commander David Howard's orders were chillingly clear There could be no mercyTo the men who fought to protect the vital thre. This feels derivative I think Nicholas Monsarrat did this subject better

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Killing Ground Summary ´ 108 characters ß eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Douglas Reeman Read & Download Killing Ground Atened Merchat Navy convoys in the Western Approaches the Battle of the Atlantic was a full scale warA relentless savage war against an ever present enemy and a violent sea in an arena known. I hate to be the naysayer and I do so with caution since every author instantly wants to become a critic Nonetheless I disliked the book so much I abandoned it about half way though Here is whyThe narrator introduces a relatively large cast of characters and whenever the scene is inhabited by two or characters Reeman moves his point of view between characters often rapidly and without warning I found it extremely difficult to keep the characters straight and who was thinking what at any one moment In author speak this is head hoppingI kept reading since I was able to keep track of the main storyline but the feeling I got was it was a rambling story because of the head hopping and at one point I had to stop and go back several paragraphs because a ship had just been torpedoed and it took me several paragraphs to realize it In those paragraphs he covered three individual character points of viewOn the upside his story is true to the salty world of sailors and his use of language and description is excellent and interesting I agree with one reader that Reeman sometimes leaves you with the feeling the crew drinks way too much and leaves me wondering how this ship of drunks can manage a warshipIf you are okay with an author rapidly changing points of view between characters this is an excellent book and would rate five stars I give it two stars based on my own bias

  • Paperback
  • 320
  • Killing Ground
  • Douglas Reeman
  • English
  • 20 September 2018
  • 9780099502333