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  • Hardcover
  • 341
  • The Suicide Exhibition
  • Justin Richards
  • English
  • 13 October 2020
  • 9781250059208

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humanityI don t read a massive amount of alternate history but I have to admit that something about the premise of this novel immediately appealed to me Secret Nazi schemes involving advanced alien races and the uest for the Nietzschean superman A plot like that sounds as though it could certainly hold the promise of something entertainingRising against the NaziVril threat are the men and women of Station Z the British department who exist shrouded in the utmost secrecy They are tasked with stopping Axis plans by any means necessary even if that involves working with the most evil man who ever lived There are also a handful of chapters that cover the action from the perspective of the Axis soldiers These provide a nice counterpoint to the main narrativeThe main character Guy Pentecross acts as the reader s conduit into this shadowy world of espionage and aliens Naturally gifted and with an ear for languages he has a strong sense of duty and is than willing to do his bit when it comes to the war effort He unwittingly finds himself drawn into plans of Station Z and as he learns their secrets he becomes another member of the team who are the Allies last line of defence I liked Pentecross he s like the living embodiment of a stiff upper lip Terribly British and all thatAdd to that the extra wrinkle of some nicely developed science fiction and the beginnings of an intriguing new series are starting to emerge This first novel in The Never War is all about setting the scene revealing the existence of a hidden conflict that is running parallel to the world at war There are certainly still plenty of tantalising uestions left unanswered at novel s end and I think this will make readers come back for I m not one hundred percent sure but I suspect this series is going to continue to work within the confines of the established facts of the Second World War I rather like this approach It plays up the idea of a secret war within a warMy only real gripe with the story and it is a minor one is that I would have liked to have discovered of the Vril Just shy of four hundred pages and I felt like I only got the tiniest glimpse of this alien species That said this is book one and I ll reserve judgment at this early stage I hope there will be plenty of opportunity to further explore this enigmatic bunch in depth in future novelsJustin Richards writing does a good job of effectively capturing that boy s own adventureWorld War II radio serial vibe I have to admit part of me was almost expecting to hear the strains of the Devil s Gallop and a plummy voiced announcer with perfectly executed enunciation proclaiming previously on The Suicide Exhibition There is an episodic feel to the novel It uickly becomes obvious that this is just the first part of something much largerThe action moves all across the theatre of war from London to mainland Europe and then on to North Africa The chapters detailing the action in the German headuarters had me immediately thinking of Where 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the NaziVril threat are the men and women of Station Z the British department who exist shrouded in the utmost secrecy They are tasked with stopping Axis plans by any means necessary even if that involves working with the most evil man who ever lived There are also a handful of chapters that cover the action from the perspective of the Axis soldiers These provide a nice counterpoint to the main narrativeThe main character Guy Pentecross acts as the Capacities, Capacity Constraints and Capacity Reserves of Airports, Today and in the Future reader s conduit into this shadowy world of espionage and aliens Naturally gifted and with an ear for languages he has a strong sense of duty and is than willing to do his bit when it comes to the war effort He unwittingly finds himself drawn into plans of Station Z and as he learns their secrets he becomes another member of the team who are the Allies last line of defence I liked Pentecross he s like the living embodiment of a stiff upper lip 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