Thunder in May Paperback – 18 Jul 2011
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About the Author
Andy Johnson is an electronics Engineer with extensive experience in a variety of commercial and marine settings. For the last few years he has combined this with his role as a qualified Yachtmaster instructor offering classroom and own boat training in navigation, radar, boat electrics and electronic systems.
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He traces the events of 1940 from the assualt on eben emael to the last boat leaving dunkirk, he follows the fortunes of various Tommies & Huns with the odd frenchman and belgian thrown in to produce a well paced page turner.
I hope to see a third novel soon.
A brilliant adventure.
Don't forget, a part of the purchase price goes towards charity.
A great prequel to 'Seelowe Nord' and I can't wait for the third book. Well done, Andy.
Andy has also managed to produce a story with minimal jingoism, I found myself as interested and involved with the German tales as I was with the allied. This helps the story to maintain its momentum and reader engagement.
I see in a previous review Andy Johnson is not signed to a publishers. If any publishers read comments here (and they should) then they ought to sign him up pretty quick, he's a very talented story teller
And a great dramatisation of those fateful days that led up to one of the greatest achievements of World War 2....
The British Guards standing up to the Germans and giving them a bloody nose at times.
Good action and good characters.
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Really enjoyable page turner, good attention to detail and gripped me all the way through!Published 4 months ago by N R Fernand
Brilliant, read it twice and though a work of fiction based on facts, it does have the feel of possibly being factual. A sort of Docudrama reallyPublished 7 months ago by Richard Brent
Great product - delivered very quickly and in good packaging - well impressed. Great trilogy written by a soldier and an insight to a soldiers view of warfare.Published 13 months ago by Kindle Customer
Really enjoyed this book great characters and strong subject mater all 3 books are brilliantPublished on 4 July 2014 by bookhorder 1
Once again I found myself absorbed into the story as the action rumbles on and on. It was great to meet up with Sergeant Jackson again and the Coldstream Guards. Read morePublished on 18 Jun. 2014 by A Gwynne
A thought provoking read; albeit somewhat depressing. Makes one think this might happen all over again if we keep cutting our defences. Read morePublished on 17 Jun. 2014 by ray leach
What a brilliant buy. OK, you need to have a real interest in the subject to enjoy the book but if WW2 fascinates, this is the novel for you. Read morePublished on 31 Jan. 2014 by Mr. Joseph Taylor