Reviews

  • "May well rival his seminal Forgotten Voices of The Great War ... hard to put down ... His precis of the complex story of how the scientist Barnes Wallis overcame all the obstacles to breaching the Dams, in which British bureaucracy proved as daunting as German efficiency, is a masterpiece of concise storytelling"

    Sunday Express
  • "What a story. And I do not believe that it has ever been better told"

    Stephen Fry, from the foreword
  • "Not only can Arthur make people talk; he also doesn't flinch from what he hears"

    Sunday Express
  • "A gripping tale capturing the exhilaration of the expedition, while contrasting the sense of loss of 56 men of Bomber Command. A thrilling read for anyone with a nose for a good true tale"

    News of the World