[BOOKS] ✫ The Odin Mission Author James Holland – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk

The Odin Mission Fans Of Sharpe Will Love The First Novel In The Jack Tanner Series Set In Norway, April Sergeant Jack Tanner And His Yorks Rangers, Separated From The Main Battalion, Are Drawn Into A Desperate Mission To Smuggle Norway S King Haakon S Treasures To Safety [PDF / Epub] ☉ The End (The 30-Day Collective Book 1) Author Ellen A. Easton – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk April Sergeant Jack Tanner And His Yorks Rangers ✬ The Light Over London Books ✮ Author Julia Kelly – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk Separated From The Main Battalion [Epub] ↠ Cell Author Robin Cook – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk Are Drawn Into A Desperate Mission To Smuggle Norway S King Haakon S Treasures To Safety


About the Author: James Holland

Librarian note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this nameJames Holland was born in Salisbury, Wiltshire, and studied history at Durham University He has worked for several London publishing houses and has also written for a number of national newspapers and magazines Married with a son, he lives near Salisbury.



10 thoughts on “The Odin Mission

  1. says:

    Awesome book


  2. says:

    My father was a Vietnam Vet and my Grandfather served in one of the world wars, so I was raised with respect for the sacrifices our soldiers had made All the soldiers I met as a boy were old.In the Second World War, Jack Tanner is leading his men back to the Allies out of Norway but on the w


  3. says:

    This historical novel is a must have for anyone who likes history about the second world war While Jack Tanner is the main person, the story is a lot about some Germans and other people too I like how much detail this book has, the comical parts such as the French officer who gets mad about a thrown


  4. says:

    James Holland is well worth our attention either on screen or on the printed page His non fiction books are worthwhile ways of exploring often complex subjects without the sometimes stodgy plod you can encounter despite the cover blurb.This is his first novel I think, certainly it was my first go at this Tann


  5. says:

    This is the first Second World War book I have ever read, my preference usually being ancient history, especially Roman, but in all honesty I saw this book for 50p in a charity shop and intrigued by the cover title, decided I had nothing to lose but time by trying it.I think at least one of the other reviewer s said i


  6. says:

    I grew up in the 1970s reading the Warlord comic, and I must admit that Jack Tanner was reminiscent of characters like Union Jack Jackson and Spider Wells It really did feel like a war comic misnomer in novel form Nevertheless, it was a pacy read, and the descriptions of the Norwegian campaign and military equipment and practi


  7. says:

    Well, that was fun.This is a breezy, action packed, page turning, ripper of a yarn, featuring Sergeant Jack Tanner as he crosses Norway during the disastrous British military campaign of 1940 I ve read some of Holland s non fiction historical work in the past and enjoyed it Italy s Sorrow and Battle of Britain Holland brings the histor


  8. says:

    Awful Seemingly an attempt to capture the vibe of the old Warlord Commando comics with a touch of various WW2 movies thrown into the mix, it fails due to its paper thin plot, underdeveloped supporting characters and totally unbelievable action man hero the plastic doll is somewhat charasmatic than Jack Tanner What could have been a thrill a mi


  9. says:

    A solid 4 1 2 stars Gritty down in the dirt WW2 quasi historical fiction read Have had the Jack Tanner books on my to read radar for some time They are seemingly hard to find but managed to snag this one from Thrift Books Hopefully I can stumble upon the others as this looks to be a good series for anyone interested in World War 2 reading.


  10. says:

    Cracking good read A lost patrol behind enemy line during the German invasion of Norway teams up with other stragglers to protect a scientist During the debacle of the British Norwegian holding action retreat they try to make it to ever shifting friendly lines Full of realistic action Well written with a believable hero Looking forward to reading the next in thi


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