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A great read,
This review is from: Diving Stations: The Story of Captain George Hunt and the Ultor (Hardcover)
This is Peter Dornan's 4th book and his best by far. "Diving Stations" is a seriously good read. The book is not overloaded with technical details which is a tendency in naval books about WW2 these days. It tells of the journey of a boy to the Captain of the British Submarine Ultor. The book is easy to read and very hard to put down as so much is happening. This book had me in when I read the prologue. I immediately wanted to skip the chapters (I did) to find out what happened next.
The author also gives a good lateral view of what is happening in WW2 around the operations of the Ultor which makes the story more fascinating.
George Hunt was a great leader of men - he must have been to be as successful as he was. To find out how successful you must read the book.
You will not be disappointed if you purchase this book.