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Read Armada, by Steven Wilson online on Bookmate – SPRING 1944: THE ALLIES STAND POISED TO LAUNCH THE GREATEST SEABORNE INVASION THE WORLD HAS EVER KNOWN. Spring 1944: the allies stand poised to launch the greatest seaborne invasion the world has ever known.

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For so appears this fleet majestical, Holding due course for Harfleur. Follow, follow; Grapple your minds to sternage of this navy, And leave your Englan. William Shakespeare, Henry V.

It is 1944 and the Battle of the North Atlantic is still as rampant as the winter swells.

Ships from and sold by fleamarketbooks. Steven Wilson is a formidably gifted writer and "Voyage of the Gray Wolves" is an exciting, compelling book. Few books I've read in recent years satisfied me as much as this one. Essentially, it is the tale of two seafaring giants, one a German U-Boat commander and the other a British destroyer captain. Paperback 352 pages by Pinnacle Books. It is 1944 and the Battle of the North Atlantic is still as rampant as the winter swells.

Spring 1944: the allies stand poised to launch the greatest seaborne invasion the world has ever known.

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From Steven Wilson, whose gripping debut, Voyage of the Gray Wolves, was hailed as "a taut, suspenseful, engaging, and frightening saltwater thriller"

From Steven Wilson, whose gripping debut, Voyage of the Gray Wolves, was hailed as "a taut, suspenseful, engaging, and frightening saltwater thriller". In the early days of World War II, Great Britain is fighting for its life. With the Nazi Luftwaffe and U-boat wolfpacks bearing down, they've never needed America more. In secret, Winston Churchill travels by sea to Newfoundland to meet with President Franklin D. Roosevelt.

When Hitler's Navy threatens to unleash a new weapon that could halt the D-Day invasion, two enemies must join forces to carry out a daring strategy and stop the Allied fleet from being destroyed. Original.

Comments: (6)

Hulbine
I gave it a 5 because I havent read a war novel with this much action packed in so few pages in quite a while. It seems like this is a full length movie crammed into a feature short. excellent writing, style and content.
Arcanefire
The time frame for the story is the days and hours immediately preceding the D-day landings. A small group of German boats have a weapon with which they hope to delay the invasion, The allies a squadron of PT boats to stop them. This description does not do justice to the plot, the story is told from both sides and shows depth of character in both the German and Allied navies. Anyone who enjoys WWII fiction will enjoy this book and some of the story may even have some basis in fact.
Sudert
Family loyalty aside, Steve has written another great book.

True, these three books are definitely written for men to enjoy, but I actually found myself becoming involved with Cole and Hardy and the secondary figures.

War is not a favorite topic of mine, but these three books are well worth the read and should be read in chronological order although read separatly they stand alone very well.

Job well done Steve!! What's next? How about the stories that Aunt Peggy has about the family???
Water
Having read Steve Wilson's first two novels, I was anticipating another great story and list of characters. Well, the story line was so-so, and the characters equally mediocre at best. Some parts seemed potentially quite interesting, but unfortunatley they never developed. I think Mr. Wilson spent more time on his romantic interludes and their interactions than the naval engagements that were taking place on the Channel.

I enjoy reading about the exploits of PT boats during WWII and have read many novels portraying their missions in the Pacific theater. So, I did enjoy his development of these PT units during the Invasion and their confrontations with the German E and S boats. However, I often felt he did not provide enough historical background information on how these units served in the Med, and then later off the English channel.

The novel seemed to be a mini-series of stories and characters that I tried hard to interconnect, but just could not. Within themselves they were fine, but I couldn't put it all together.

As to the other reader's evaluation, I could not agree more. I also found myself skimming right past the romance that seemed to last page after page of "let's get to the point!"

I am not sure if Steve Wilson has another story in mind, but I know the European campaign is running down. Hardy, Cole, and Firedancer may end up in the Pacific to finish the war. However, please leave the tender and bleeding hearts on the homefront and start getting back to the action!!!
Togor
Just finished my first Steve Wilson novel "Armada". If you love WWII novels, especially naval stories, this is a great read. He did his research and it shows. The story is based on the prelude to the Normandy invasion in June 1944. I especially enjoyed the chapters on the British Mosquito fighter/ bombers exploits as "Pathfinders" for night bombing raids. All the action scenes in this book make you feel like you are there. The only parts I skimmed over were a couple of love stories,
which didn't really add anything to the book.

I liked this book enough to order his other two novels.
Brialelis
Second book of the WWII Uboat trilogy. Great characters, good read.
Armada download epub
Genre Fiction
Author: Steven Wilson
ISBN: 0786018224
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Pinnacle (May 1, 2007)