U-Boat 931 Attack On America by Ian T Gwilliams.

U-Boat 931 Attack On America by Ian T Gwilliams

About Book:

March 1944, Nazi Germany needs to turn the tide of the war. Ahron Roth, captain of submarine U931, is ordered by Himmler to transport two SS officers and a new ‘super weapon’ to America.

The Atlantic crossing is full of dangers, from air and sea. Roth, battling both the enemy and the SS, is unwillingly drawn deeper into the plot, whilst questioning the actions of Germany and himself.

Somehow, he must outwit Admiral Sullivan, RN, who has a score to settle, plus the allied intelligence agencies who are tracking the elusive subs’ movements, but are unaware of the secret mission; a mission that could change the course of history.

My Take:

U-Boat 931 Attack On America is a thrilling and action-packed book written by Ian T Gwilliams. The book is based on a fictional account of a U-boat attack on America during the Second World War.

The author has done an excellent job of creating a sense of tension and suspense throughout the book. The descriptions of the battles are vivid and intense, and the reader is kept on the edge of their seat throughout the story.

The characters are well-developed, and the reader can empathize with their struggles and triumphs.

One of the strengths of this book is the attention to detail. The author has clearly done extensive research on the history of U-boat warfare, and this is reflected in the accuracy of the descriptions of the U-boat's equipment and operations.

Ian T Gwilliams has also done an excellent job of creating a gripping story that is both exciting and informative. Highly recommended!

Overall this is a thrilling and well-written book that will appeal to fans of historical fiction, especially those interested in the history of submarine warfare during World War II. So click here and read now Highly recommended U-Boat 931 Attack On America written by Ian T Gwilliams


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