Devils Of D Day
Publisher: Pinnacle Books
Pages no: 243
Edition language: English
In July of 1944, 13 mysterious black Allied tanks crossed the bridge into the village of Le Vey, Normandy, and laid waste to the Germans. 12 of those tanks vanished into the mists of history.The 13th lies rusting where it stopped. And after 35 years it remains, welded shut, sealed with a crucifix an...
During the D-Day invasion at Normandy, Allied forces called on dark powers to engage the enemy. At the end of the war, one of the evil weapons remained on the battlefield. Thirty years later, it is demanding to be reunited with its ancient brothers.This was a fun read. You could drive a tank through...
What a letdown! I was buzzing along in this book and thouroughly enjoying it. I found it to be interesting, a page turner, worthy of a good 4. It had a pretty girl, frights, demons, action, a cool storyline and a nice tempo. Then, the bottom fell out. That had to be the hokiest turn of events I...
The things you're reminded of reading AV Club threads. Don't remember much about this book except that I thought it was OK at the time.Loaned it to Natalie Saunderson, a cute cheerleader in my 9th grade Science class. Can't remember if she ever returned it, though.
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