The fifth and final episode of ARMOR, my WW2 tank warfare series, is now available to read in Kindle and paperback!
In ARMOR #5: REICH’S FALL, the Allies have contained the Ardennes Offensive and resume their drive across the Siegfried Line, while the Red Army batters its way toward Berlin.
Having survived the horrors of the Bulge, five veteran tankers manning an Easy Eight Sherman fight to the Elbe River and beyond in the war’s final months. They know the only way home lies through Berlin—or in a box. One by one, they will meet their destinies in the slaughterhouse of the falling Third Reich.
Get it here!
Check out the complete ARMOR series here. The omnibus and audiobook drop in June.
Peter Boyce says
Loved the armor series, as I lived through WW II. I enjoyed the way the tank played a role in the story as an additional character. The interplay between the different crew members was wonderful. A couple of glaring scenes did not ring true.First, in Paris the visit to the Louvre mentioned the glass pyramid. Sorry, but it was completed in 1989, and certainly was not there in 1944.
The second was the mention in Book 5 of smoking and then policing the filter. Cigarette filters were very rare during WW II. Nearly everyone smoked unfiltered cigarettes because the dangers of smoking were realized only years in the future. Camel, Lucky Strike and Chesterfield were the popular brands. You would police your butt by ripping the paper and spreading the remaining unsmoked tobacco around on the ground. Just thought I’d mention it.
Craig DiLouie says
Thanks for reading ARMOR, Peter! And thanks for the heads up about the errors. They’re being fixed and the books re-uploaded.