W.E.B. Griffin and William E. Butterworth IV
"I wanted to read The Saboteurs because it's about World War II. I'm 55 years old, I'm the boomer generation. My parents were in World War II, so I grew up in the 1950's hearing about it firsthand. My mom was in the Navy, my dad was in the Army. My mom had to get 30-minute permission to be out of uniform to put on a wedding gown and get married. So I've heard firsthand what the war was about, why it happened; so books about World War II really interest me.
It's pretty right on. It uses the issues in a way that's not just about action and violence, but has a little bit more of a message.
I would recommend The Saboteurs to somebody who likes military stuff, and there are two reasons for that. One is just my own take on it, but two is, it's rare that I actually buy a book. I bought this one, and the guy that sold to me in Barnes & Noble said, "Oh, wow, this is great," and I was surprised, because I didn't expect to like it that much.
Out of five stars, I would give The Saboteurs probably a four - maybe half of an additional star."