RETURN TO NORMANDY

RETURN TO NORMANDY June th the th anniversary of D Day Over paratroopers will jump in Normandy France to honor the Allied soldiers who made the historic WWII airborne assault A platoon from the rd A

  • Title: RETURN TO NORMANDY
  • Author: John R. Taylor
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 370
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  • June 6th, 2014, the 70th anniversary of D Day Over 1,000 paratroopers will jump in Normandy, France, to honor the Allied soldiers who made the historic WWII airborne assault A platoon from the 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team is in the lead plane The planes approach the drop zone and In the blink of an eye, day turns to night The platoon s plane is now the onlyJune 6th, 2014, the 70th anniversary of D Day Over 1,000 paratroopers will jump in Normandy, France, to honor the Allied soldiers who made the historic WWII airborne assault A platoon from the 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team is in the lead plane The planes approach the drop zone and In the blink of an eye, day turns to night The platoon s plane is now the only one in the sky They encounter massive anti aircraft flak trying to shoot them down Platoon Leader Lieutenant Spike Wilson is astounded Where are they More important, he realizes, is not where they are, but when Wilson has a revelation A rift in the space time continuum propelled them from one time dimension to another into the actual D Day Invasion How Why Will their actions inadvertently change future events Will they return to 2014 These are the dilemmas the time traveling platoon face as they wander the battlefields trying to stay alive long enough to find their way home.

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    1 thought on “RETURN TO NORMANDY”

    1. There is very little in the world as satisfying as reading a work of military science fiction written by a veteran. They can portray things in a manner that is believable and authentic because they've been there. The relationships between the characters work on a level that can't be faked. The tactics make sense. The characters are neither cowardly nor psycho gung-ho and eager to die. They are, in short, just like members of the real life military. All of this is true of John R Taylor's Return t [...]

    2. Return to NormandyVery interesting story and a book. A Time-Travel mystery with a huge Airborne jump and a fantastic 'Character' to move the Plot along. Airborne terminology and tactics/techniques were top notch and Done well. The Ground combat, both in Afghanistan and elsewhere felt very real. Well Done, all Around.Rich Johns1/505 and Army Special Forces 1974 - 1998.

    3. Nice little adventureI enjoyed the story but was a little disappointed. I'd never pass up the chance to liberate concentration camps. Other than that good story

    4. Great time travel storyI would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a good evening of entertaining, can't put it down reading. Kudos to the author.

    5. Flying into timeThey were on a mission that they did not know. It became a life changing event. The war was on. D day was here. Time to fight.

    6. GoodGreat read hope that he gives us more. Airborne and welcome home. Hopefully this will be a good future for you.

    7. Good but too coincidentalI really enjoyed the premise of this book. The writing seemed to get better as the story continued. There were a few too many coincidences and easy explanations for certain things, but overall I found myself cheering for Spike and his men throughout the book.

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