This is a very good old-fashioned cat-and-mouse war-time spy story. It is a pleasant easy read: the plot is exciting, the setting authentic. Unlike modern authors who write about the Second World War, Leon Uris has lived and fought in it. There is no deep characterization, but the Greek characters are vividly drawn, most of them very courageous, some treacherous.
yeesh. How predictable. Basically just pulp. No depth, no research. Not even very good plot or twists. Characters are stereotypes. I'm not even sure why I bothered to finish it.
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