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stanley hatfield from usa wrote on 06/11/2015 at 20:32:
read my first one while in the navy in 1973.liked it so much i bought several more and loved every one of them.lost them all over time,and now i am about to retire,so i am going to buy them all again
read my first one while in the navy in 1973.liked it so much i bought several more and loved every one of them.lost them all over time,and now i am about to retire,so i am going to buy them all again
Darren Grant-lloyd from Australia wrote on 01/11/2015 at 07:55:
Wow! I read these books as a kid and they gave me the taste for history that most other sources gloss and tart over. thank you for an insight into an interpretation of history. This is a tribute to horrors, that, sadly, politics appeals to reproach. May
Wow! I read these books as a kid and they gave me the taste for history that most other sources gloss and tart over. thank you for an insight into an interpretation of history. This is a tribute to horrors, that, sadly, politics appeals to reproach. May
Kobus Erasmus from South Africa wrote on 27/10/2015 at 15:33:
Read his books in 1971 and could not stop until I have read all his books. Bought a complete set of his books recently and read all again. It is the best books about WW2 you can find and stunning reading.
Read his books in 1971 and could not stop until I have read all his books. Bought a complete set of his books recently and read all again. It is the best books about WW2 you can find and stunning reading.
Richard Meunier from Canada wrote on 17/10/2015 at 22:34:
Quelle erreur d'avoir choisi Diego pour Wheels of terror. Aucune connaissance des uniformes, équipement ou matériel. Les personnages de Hassel méritent mieux que des sales gueules patibulaires toujours cigarettes au bec. Les dessins sont trop glauques et
Quelle erreur d'avoir choisi Diego pour Wheels of terror. Aucune connaissance des uniformes, équipement ou matériel. Les personnages de Hassel méritent mieux que des sales gueules patibulaires toujours cigarettes au bec. Les dessins sont trop glauques et
Paul Kidd from Australia wrote on 07/10/2015 at 05:37:
I've spent my life as a professional author, and these wonderful books are one of things that most inspired me. Sven Hassel's wonderful storytelling style, his grasp of action, his delightful grasp of humour and larceny stay with me always! These are abs
I've spent my life as a professional author, and these wonderful books are one of things that most inspired me. Sven Hassel's wonderful storytelling style, his grasp of action, his delightful grasp of humour and larceny stay with me always! These are abs
Phil VAUGHAN from United Kingdom wrote on 06/10/2015 at 14:20:
Sven HASSLE books are a fantastic read. I started reading them in the 70s when I was in the ARMY. The books would be passed around several times within the platoon. I have now started to read them again on my KINDLE. Just great reads. Thank you. Phil
Sven HASSLE books are a fantastic read. I started reading them in the 70s when I was in the ARMY. The books would be passed around several times within the platoon. I have now started to read them again on my KINDLE. Just great reads. Thank you. Phil
FelixTheBear030 wrote on 26/09/2015 at 23:24:
P.S. His books are through the GREATEST i have ever read and i don't believe i will stop way too soon.
P.S. His books are through the GREATEST i have ever read and i don't believe i will stop way too soon.
FelixTheBear030 from Romania wrote on 26/09/2015 at 23:21:
Hello. I am 17,and I started reading Sven Hassel's books more than a year ago.Even if they don't seem way too realistic accurate,I believe the books MUST be read by as many people as possible,to show that wars are good for nothing,and actually they must b
Hello. I am 17,and I started reading Sven Hassel's books more than a year ago.Even if they don't seem way too realistic accurate,I believe the books MUST be read by as many people as possible,to show that wars are good for nothing,and actually they must b
Michael from Spain wrote on 26/09/2015 at 19:44:
Now 3 years since Sven passed away, missing him!
Now 3 years since Sven passed away, missing him!
Mark Bardell wrote on 19/09/2015 at 07:55:
Excellent reading. Why do others have to lambast Mr Hassel over his past? Personally I think they should have just let it go, leaving this talented writer to get on with the job. Lots of people who came through the pre war and war years left things behind
Excellent reading. Why do others have to lambast Mr Hassel over his past? Personally I think they should have just let it go, leaving this talented writer to get on with the job. Lots of people who came through the pre war and war years left things behind
Alex from Sweden wrote on 10/09/2015 at 13:46:
Sven Hassel is my absolute favourite author. If not because of his brutal, un-censured writing, then for the chance of seeing the face on the man at the library when asking if they've got any Sve Hassel works in. 🙂
Sven Hassel is my absolute favourite author. If not because of his brutal, un-censured writing, then for the chance of seeing the face on the man at the library when asking if they've got any Sve Hassel works in. 🙂
Tom from England wrote on 06/09/2015 at 22:55:
Also a massive lover of the series. Had to make do with an incomplete collection my dad had and whatever I could find at charity shops. Just finished Bloody Road to Death and have Wheels of Terror arriving this week.
Also a massive lover of the series. Had to make do with an incomplete collection my dad had and whatever I could find at charity shops. Just finished Bloody Road to Death and have Wheels of Terror arriving this week.
Trond Haugen from Norway wrote on 02/09/2015 at 21:57:
My father told me that I should read 'weels of terror'A great book with lots of humor he said. And so I did. This was in 1984, and now I have read all of his books...several times. Sven Hazel is absolutely my favorite author. I heard some rumour that they
My father told me that I should read 'weels of terror'A great book with lots of humor he said. And so I did. This was in 1984, and now I have read all of his books...several times. Sven Hazel is absolutely my favorite author. I heard some rumour that they
John from England wrote on 10/08/2015 at 22:47:
as a teenager,asked my father if I could read these books. Yes he said, I think you should.I now cannot put tools away without first cleaning them. These novels had a profound affect on me and am now resourcing them all.
as a teenager,asked my father if I could read these books. Yes he said, I think you should.I now cannot put tools away without first cleaning them. These novels had a profound affect on me and am now resourcing them all.
jeff from england wrote on 04/08/2015 at 08:29:
the best books i have ever read
the best books i have ever read
graham from canada wrote on 01/08/2015 at 04:44:
first read these in the 60s back in England moved to Canada and packed the whole set still have them
first read these in the 60s back in England moved to Canada and packed the whole set still have them
ian paye from United Kingdom wrote on 31/07/2015 at 09:57:
I first started to purchase Sven's novels in the 60's and was mesmorised by his power of description and the combination of evil, violence, humour and comradeship etc. Just re-purchased them and look forward to many more enjoyable reading hours
I first started to purchase Sven's novels in the 60's and was mesmorised by his power of description and the combination of evil, violence, humour and comradeship etc. Just re-purchased them and look forward to many more enjoyable reading hours
Dave from UK wrote on 30/07/2015 at 17:12:
I read the books of Sven Hassel after leaving the army from being injured in Iraq 2003, I immediately related the experiences as similar to my own, only similar as Sven's were undoubtedly far worse but the common theme was of suffering, heartache, comrade
I read the books of Sven Hassel after leaving the army from being injured in Iraq 2003, I immediately related the experiences as similar to my own, only similar as Sven's were undoubtedly far worse but the common theme was of suffering, heartache, comrade
NIGEL PASSEY from United Kingdom wrote on 16/07/2015 at 15:03:
Started reading the books when I was 15. I have recently re-purchase some of the books with the intention of having the complete collection. I have read and re-read the novels that I know what is going to happen next. Many stories have been written regard
Started reading the books when I was 15. I have recently re-purchase some of the books with the intention of having the complete collection. I have read and re-read the novels that I know what is going to happen next. Many stories have been written regard
Jim Gaves from Canada wrote on 11/07/2015 at 21:13:
This book should be read by all the youth of the world.
This book should be read by all the youth of the world.

 

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