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A good book. Appalling spelling and grammatical errors.
on 26 February 2012
This is a well-researched and informative account of Operation Epsom, providing an bird's eye view of the various areas of the battle and eye witness accounts from both sides. It enables the reader to fully understand the intricacies of the plan and the ensuing battle(s) and the problems faced by both sides.
One will emerge with a much better appreciation of the importance of the plan and the battles which followed as well as the gritty and tenacious fighting which took place.
One will also tire of the appallingly sloppy way in which this book was proofread. In fact, I am unsure as to whether it was proofread. Something is seriously amiss when there is a glaring mistake on each page (and, in some instances, in each paragraph). For that, it only gets three stars.