The Revenge of Tirpitz by M L Sloan book review


the revenge of tirpitz

The Revenge of Tirpitz written by M L Sloan, publisher Pokey Hat, is available NOW in ebook and paperback format.

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The thrilling WW2 story of a boy’s role in the sinking of the warship Tirpitz.


Norway 1944

When Erik strikes up an unlikely friendship with German Radar operator, Hans, the pair soon become involved in a race against time to help destroy the Nazi warship, Tirpitz.
Will their secret mission succeed?

Shetland 2014

Finn’s great-grandfather receives a letter threatening the “revenge of Tirpitz”. They escape on a fishing boat, making the perilous journey to Norway, where they realise that facing up to the past puts their future in danger…

We know what you did.
We know where you are.
Tirpitz will have her revenge.

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The author M. L. Sloan recently asked for help for reviewers for her YA novel, as I work part-time in a secondary school I wanted to give one of the students the chance to review this book.  Our school librarian is very pro-active with encouraging the students to read and has made the library a wonderful, bright area to choose and read books.  The student she chose to read this novel is a young girl in Year 9 and I am so pleased and delighted to share her review on my blog today.  Please welcome Young Kraftireader on my blog today with her review of The Revenge of Tirpitz:

Usually I don’t enjoy these types of books, and I would much rather pick up a book about some teen romance/ adventurers. However I was pleasantly surprised by this book it took no effort to read. After a certain point it was more like the book was reading me than I it. It’s extremely well written dropping just enough little clues, on what happed in the past, thrown out to keep you on your toes.  I found it intriguing to see how the different characters reacted with each other in this testing time and how it took them all working together in past and present to end it all. Twists and turns seemed to appear with every new chapter, presenting you with another riddled piece of information to mull-over.  It also was incredibly balanced between action and dialogue making it a good read for most people. There was never a dull moment and I loved reading it.

I’d like to thank the author for this opportunity and also Young Kraftireader, a wonderful insightful review, keep reading and enjoying books.

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