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Good morning ladies and gentlemen Id like to welcome you to the national launch of Jack Higgins latest novel The Eagle Has Landed Like every other novel that Higgins has released it has captured our imaginations thoughts and feelings This novel is bound to be another bestseller By basing the story on documented historical fact and by allowing the full range of his imagination and narrative gifts to supply the details Higgins has written one of the most absorbing and compelling stories of World War 2 Full time excitement best describes this novel The story is set in the heat of the action of World War 2 when Winston Churchill was leading the allies on their offensive and the Nazis were struggling to reply to the strength The storys setting changes throughout the novel It begins in Germany and ends in the south of England were most of the action takes place The story is set out into two major parts Firstly there is the careful preparation of the mission and then there is the actual execution of the mission where an elite commandos group attempt try to elude the inhabitants of the small village into believing that the invaders were in fact just a lost squadron of polish troops Their mission once in the village is to assassinate Winston Churchill Though all plans are washed away when an unscheduled events turn this peaceful village into a World War 2 battlefield From hear on its the Germans fight for survival deep in the heart of England Against the odds they still attempt to accomplish their mission objectives The plot is anything but dull in fact it is a plot that keeps your attention from start to finish Being a World War 2 novel we cant expect Higgins to describe the characters to touch peoples heart In this novel the readers are not meant to fall in love with the characters Its based on
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