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Duncan Russell from Aberdeen, Scotlasnd wrote on 23/09/2018 at 18:35:
Read the books back in the 80's, looking forward to the audio versions now available... Great books, great stories I read that the last book was started but never got past 50 pages, would be great if it could somehow be completed..?
Read the books back in the 80's, looking forward to the audio versions now available... Great books, great stories I read that the last book was started but never got past 50 pages, would be great if it could somehow be completed..?
Antonio González Sánchez from Alicante wrote on 21/09/2018 at 16:37:
Las catorce novelas de Sven Hassel, son para mi las mejores novelas de guerra que jamas he leído, y he leído muchas. Son fuerte, duras, brutales, despiadadas, casi de verdad. Las he leído todas varias veces, y cada vez me gustan más. Solo decir que la receta del puré de patatas con tropezones de tocino de Porta es genial, así como su gato y sobrero. Me gustaría saber que paso con todos los personajes después de la guerra, si alguno sobrevivió. El Viejo, Barcelona, Heidi, El Legionario, el propio Sven, Porta, Hermanito, el Coronel Hinka, etc. Estoy deseando que se publique en España y en español la novela número 15. Seguro que la voy a disfrutar mucho. Saludos a todos los amantes de las novelas de Sven desde España. He escrito este párrafo y comentario en español, en primer lugar porque es mi idioma materno, yo pienso y siento en español, y porque Sven Hassel vivió muchos años en España y murió en España. Y porque creo que él amaba a España. I have written this paragraph and comment in Spanish, firstly because it is my mother tongue, I think and feel in Spanish, and because Sven Hassel lived many years in Spain and died in Spain, and I think he loved Spain.
Las catorce novelas de Sven Hassel, son para mi las mejores novelas de guerra que jamas he leído, y he leído muchas. Son fuerte, duras, brutales, despiadadas, casi de verdad. Las he leído todas varias veces, y cada vez me gustan más. Solo decir que la receta del puré de patatas con tropezones de tocino de Porta es genial, así como su gato y sobrero. Me gustaría saber que paso con todos los personajes después de la guerra, si alguno sobrevivió. El Viejo, Barcelona, Heidi, El Legionario, el propio Sven, Porta, Hermanito, el Coronel Hinka, etc. Estoy deseando que se publique en España y en español la novela número 15. Seguro que la voy a disfrutar mucho. Saludos a todos los amantes de las novelas de Sven desde España. He escrito este párrafo y comentario en español, en primer lugar porque es mi idioma materno, yo pienso y siento en español, y porque Sven Hassel vivió muchos años en España y murió en España. Y porque creo que él amaba a España. I have written this paragraph and comment in Spanish, firstly because it is my mother tongue, I think and feel in Spanish, and because Sven Hassel lived many years in Spain and died in Spain, and I think he loved Spain.
Michael from Netherlands wrote on 26/08/2018 at 16:42:
Great books have read them more then ones. Trying to get all 14 of them. My kids are reading these books now. So now they know the horror of war and the compagnon between fellow soldiers. Thanks sven for your legacy
Great books have read them more then ones. Trying to get all 14 of them. My kids are reading these books now. So now they know the horror of war and the compagnon between fellow soldiers. Thanks sven for your legacy
Adrian from Bucharest wrote on 15/08/2018 at 19:47:
A few months ago I found and old beaten copy of "Legion of the Damned" that my uncle gave me when i was kid. It sat in my shelf for many years until recently when I started reading as means to help my depression. When I started reading this book I was so fascinated with the characters, the stories. So much so, that with money from my first ever salary I went and bought the entire set of books brand new! Even though you're no longer among us, I want to thank you Sven for writing these books, and for these amazing stories and great characters!
A few months ago I found and old beaten copy of "Legion of the Damned" that my uncle gave me when i was kid. It sat in my shelf for many years until recently when I started reading as means to help my depression. When I started reading this book I was so fascinated with the characters, the stories. So much so, that with money from my first ever salary I went and bought the entire set of books brand new! Even though you're no longer among us, I want to thank you Sven for writing these books, and for these amazing stories and great characters!
ella - from San Antonio, TX wrote on 03/08/2018 at 19:48:
Read my first SH book, Legion of the Damned, while still in high school. It was circulating around communist Romania in photocopied issues... Then, after Nov 1989, a printing house in Bucharest got the rights to translate and print all Sven Hassel novels. I have bought them, read them and enjoyed them greatly. Still re-read them, every once in a while... Humanity should not forget the tragedy that WWII brought on us, all... Even more so, as it seems we are heading towards another long period of international conflict, brutal terrorism and political unrest.
Read my first SH book, Legion of the Damned, while still in high school. It was circulating around communist Romania in photocopied issues... Then, after Nov 1989, a printing house in Bucharest got the rights to translate and print all Sven Hassel novels. I have bought them, read them and enjoyed them greatly. Still re-read them, every once in a while... Humanity should not forget the tragedy that WWII brought on us, all... Even more so, as it seems we are heading towards another long period of international conflict, brutal terrorism and political unrest.
Utkan from Istanbul wrote on 21/07/2018 at 22:33:
I'm curious about what really happened to characters ? Did sven ever released something about that ?
I'm curious about what really happened to characters ? Did sven ever released something about that ?
Pepe from Barcelona wrote on 30/06/2018 at 18:15:
Great books
Great books
David from England wrote on 10/06/2018 at 02:14:
As a son of a man that never met his dad. He died aboured HMS Celendine 1943 Russian runs. I watched him devour Sven novels & I too follow him including a Heinrich Gerlach one. Vital tales & thanks.x
As a son of a man that never met his dad. He died aboured HMS Celendine 1943 Russian runs. I watched him devour Sven novels & I too follow him including a Heinrich Gerlach one. Vital tales & thanks.x
Mercedes from Spain wrote on 23/05/2018 at 18:34:
40 years after reading the legion of the damned, very much looking forward for the glorius defeat. Could anyone let me know whether it has been published in English ?
40 years after reading the legion of the damned, very much looking forward for the glorius defeat. Could anyone let me know whether it has been published in English ?
Wm Aitcheson from Uk wrote on 20/05/2018 at 19:50:
I read that Sven was working on his last book about the fall of berlin. Was this book ever released. I'd love to know what happened to the characters..
I read that Sven was working on his last book about the fall of berlin. Was this book ever released. I'd love to know what happened to the characters..
elia from Switzerland wrote on 05/05/2018 at 17:08:
Hello, I need to know Sven Hassel's first publications urgently, both the year and the publisher. Thnk u very much
Hello, I need to know Sven Hassel's first publications urgently, both the year and the publisher. Thnk u very much
bob mcpherson from uk wrote on 08/04/2018 at 19:06:
the first book of Sven's i read was Blitzfreeze,i was 19 yrs old.Now i'm 62 i own all fourteen books, i still read Sven Hassel.
the first book of Sven's i read was Blitzfreeze,i was 19 yrs old.Now i'm 62 i own all fourteen books, i still read Sven Hassel.
Estela from Canada wrote on 04/04/2018 at 04:28:
look at here
look at here
Mark farrar from Ireland wrote on 05/03/2018 at 23:44:
I read all of Sven hassles books when I was a teenager and devoured every word , often staying awake all night to finish one . I loved them then and love them still now I’m in my forties . Gritty and well written
I read all of Sven hassles books when I was a teenager and devoured every word , often staying awake all night to finish one . I loved them then and love them still now I’m in my forties . Gritty and well written
Brian from uk wrote on 05/03/2018 at 13:24:
Read all the books when i was in prison aged 21 ,now 52 just starting to read them again.Highly recommended
Read all the books when i was in prison aged 21 ,now 52 just starting to read them again.Highly recommended
Eric Fergusson from United Kingdom wrote on 19/02/2018 at 22:12:
As a boy of 26 I read with eager anticipation now as a boy of 51 I read all over again feeling the warmth of comrades and the despair of war.
As a boy of 26 I read with eager anticipation now as a boy of 51 I read all over again feeling the warmth of comrades and the despair of war.
terry good from england wrote on 16/02/2018 at 19:28:
read all the books numerous times still enjoy reading them do not have a favourite all great
read all the books numerous times still enjoy reading them do not have a favourite all great
Team Dave from GB wrote on 13/02/2018 at 16:45:
I don't see these books in the shops. I was bought a copy of 'Court Martial' when I was 14 and didn't read it until I was probably 20. Since then I've trawled the 2nd hand shops and have 7 books now. Just finished 'the Bloody Road to Death'. All have been a cracking read.
I don't see these books in the shops. I was bought a copy of 'Court Martial' when I was 14 and didn't read it until I was probably 20. Since then I've trawled the 2nd hand shops and have 7 books now. Just finished 'the Bloody Road to Death'. All have been a cracking read.
Brian Blomqvist from Sweden wrote on 10/02/2018 at 10:24:
I’ve read his books since I was 12. Still reread them sometimes. Great books.
I’ve read his books since I was 12. Still reread them sometimes. Great books.
MK from USA wrote on 08/02/2018 at 09:01:
First discovered a very old copy of Monte Cassino (Beast Regiment) by Sven Hassel at a thrift store. Quickly became a fan of his writing. Thank you for the great books.
First discovered a very old copy of Monte Cassino (Beast Regiment) by Sven Hassel at a thrift store. Quickly became a fan of his writing. Thank you for the great books.

 

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