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Stalingrad is an extraordinary achievement which transcends its genre Vitali Vitaliev Daily Telegraph on Stalingrad Stalingrad was, I thought, as good as it gets But Berlin is even better If you ever needed reminding why war is something we should move heaven and earth to avoid, this will do it Jeremy Paxman Guardian on Berlin Beevor can be credited with single handedly transforming the reputation of military history David Edgar Guardian His singular ability to make huge historical events accessible to a general audience recalls the golden age of British narrative history, whose giants include Gibbon, Macaulay and Carlyle Boyd Tonkin Independent The style contributes to the account itself, a masterful mixture of narrative finesse and scrupulousness towards the facts In both categories we are witnessing an author at the height of his art Thomas Kielinger Die Welt Seule passion dans sa dmarche celle de la vrit Eric Roussel in Le Figaro A British historian of great distinction and range, whodemonstrates his mastery of his sources Gordon Craig, Review of Books New York Antony Beevor is a contemporary Tolstoy who, with his books on history, is creating a literary masterpiece which will stand the test of time he proves that history today is one of literature s most vital branches Dagens Nyheter Superb Beevor combines a soldier s understanding of war s realities with the narrative technique of a novelist A tour de force Orlando Figes Sunday Telegraph on Stalingrad As readable and as captivating as a Tolstoyan epic drama of the scope of War and Peace Revealing, profound and thoroughly unputdownable, Stalingrad is an extraordinary achievement which transcends its genre Vitali Vitaliev Daily Telegraph on StalingradAs near as possible to experiencing what it was like to be there It is almost impossible for a reader not to get caught up in the excitement Giles Foden Guardian No writer can surpass Beevor in making sense of a crowded battlefield and in balancing the explanation of tactical manoeuvres with poignant flashes of human detail Christopher Silvester Daily Express Stalingrad is an extraordinary achievement which transcends its genre Vitali Vitaliev Daily Telegraph on Stalingrad Stalingrad was, I thought, as good as it gets But Berlin is even better If you ever needed reminding why war is something we should move heaven and earth to avoid, this will do it Jeremy Paxman Guardian on Berlin Beevor can be credited with single handedly transforming the reputation of military history David Edgar Guardian His singular ability to make huge historical events accessible to a general audience recalls the golden age of British narrative history, whose giants include Gibbon, Macaulay and Carlyle Boyd Tonkin Independent The style contributes to the account itself, a masterful mixture of narrative finesse and scrupulousness towards the facts In both categories we are witnessing an author at the height of his art Thomas Kielinger Die Welt Seule passion dans sa dmarche celle de la vrit Eric Roussel in Le Figaro A British historian of great distinction and range, whodemonstrates his mastery of his sources Gordon Craig, Review of Books New York Antony Beevor is a contemporary Tolstoy who, with his books on history, is creating a literary masterpiece which will stand the test of time he proves that history today is one of literature s most vital branches Dagens Nyheter Superb Beevor combines a soldier s understanding of war s realities with the narrative technique of a novelist A tour de force Orlando Figes Sunday Telegraph on Stalingrad As readable and as captivating as a Tolstoyan epic drama of the scope of War and Peace Revealing, profound and thoroughly unputdownable, Stalingrad is an extraordinary achievement which transcends its genre Vitali Vitaliev Daily Telegraph on StalingradAs near as possible to experiencing what it was like to be there It is almost impossible for a reader not to get caught up in the excitement Giles Foden Guardian No writer can surpass Beevor in making sense of a crowded battlefield and in balancing the explanation of tactical manoeuvres with poignant flashes of human detail Christopher Silvester Daily Express