I've got 300+ books on the subject and this is one of the few that i've read more than 2 times. Actually i can say that i've certainly read this book more than thirty times, excluding that reading from a one chapter. I think this is one of the greatest books on the subject. Well written, it gives you the all picture of the second world war. Everybody keen on this matter should buy one.
Very well written, surprising how the author in so few pages makes a very accurate and interesting account of the major naval battles. Even more interesting when we see that he almost describes every action (of course the minor actions are not covered). A great book on the subject.
This is a magnificent "other side of the hill" book, describing what was perhaps one of the most terrifyng and courageous "jobs" of all the combatants of world war two. It's a vivid image of what was life about inside and outside a U-Boat. Great book of U-Boots.