The Silent Invasion

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
The silent invasion takes the reader through the events leading up to the Russian invasion of Germany and beyond to the subsequent liberation of Europe, spearheaded by a ragtag team of people, hastily recruited by the British Ministry of Defence. More

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Words: 82,260
Language: British English
ISBN: 9781310727832
About Eric Jones

Hello, I am Eric Jones, author and musician. I was born and raised in the north of England but now live in central Poland where I have a small recording studio and a band room.
I have had many jobs in my life but writing books and music is by far the most rewarding so far.
If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask.
Thank you,
Eric Jones


Review by: Elizabeth Audrey Mills on April 23, 2014 :
Well-written, tense, relentless; a thoroughly good read.

In this what-if story of an alternative history, Russia uses the fall of the Berlin wall to launch a carefully planned invasion of Germany. Soldiers, thousands of them, had been planted throughout the country, and on the word of command, they occupy every factory, town and city.

Eric Jones is an ex-marine who finds himself trapped in occupied Germany, caught up in the bitter struggle. With the help of the mysterious 'Ted', he becomes part of a diverse team of skilled soldiers from Britain and America, fighting to expel the invaders.

The concept of the story seems simple, yet with considerable scope, and the telling of it is masterful.

This book easily earns its five stars. Recommended.
(reviewed 26 days after purchase)

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