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  1. Isaac Isaac says:

    I thought this was a very interesting book It explains really well what it was like to be on the Vidda in Norway and at the same time on a secret mission The perspectives are split up explaining what was happening in Germany on one page and explaining what was happening in Norway on the other page which made it slightly confusing for me to keep up with what was happening But overall a pretty good book


  2. Kathy Kathy says:

    amazing heroicssuch brave men who managed to accomplish so much in the harshest of conditions


  3. Jamie Gregory Jamie Gregory says:

    This book is so fantastic It recounts the efforts of a small group of Norwegian resistance fighters to destroy the supply of heavy water being produced at the Vemork power plant outside Rjukan Norway during WWII I knew absolutely nothing about any of this and I read this book in one day because I simply couldn't put it down Yes you can get bogged down with the names and places and science but it can be argued that if this small group of extraordinary men had failed at two main missions perhaps Nazi Germany would have been in possession of atomic weapons and changed the course of the war This book is the YA version of Neal Bascomb's The Winter Fortress which I find interesting to write an adult and YA version of the same book He also wrote The Nazi Hunters which won a nonfiction award in 2014 Incredible amount of research; just check out the bibliography and notes pages I would recommend pairing this book with the graphic novel Trinity A graphic history of the first atomic bomb As a non science person who just liked to read about science this graphic novel easily explains the science behind atomic weapons


  4. Kelly Kelly says:

    I feel like really appealing nonfiction can make someone who dislikes or is disinterested in a topic find something worth grasping and that's what keeps them going This didn't do it for me It was too slow too heavy in relaying facts facts facts and there wasn't enough narrative thread or emotional depth to make me connect


  5. Annette Annette says:

    SABOTAGE THE MISSION TO DESTROY HITLER’S ATOMIC BOMBS by Neal Bascomb is a young adult edition of the best selling adult book “The Winter Fortress”This nonfiction narrative tells the true story of a band of young Norwegian commandos who survive in the winter wilderness and execute two dangerous missions to sabotage Nazi plans to build a nuclear bomb Filled with technical details and vivid descriptions Bascomb successful brings this historical event to life for readers Librarians will find that this fast paced story of WWII era espionage will be popular among teens who enjoy historical fiction military works and narrative nonfiction The author’s use of primary source documents including many photographs and maps add authenticity and drama to this true story Add this title to the library’s growing number of uality works of narrative nonfiction for young adultsPublished by Scholastic on May 31 2016 ARC courtesy of the publisher


  6. Margie Margie says:

    Excellent non fiction which takes place during WWII Most of the action takes place in Norway along with some in Great Britain The narrative reads like an adventure with plenty of history along with some science thrown in for good measure as this story is all about physics and atomic science There is a great deal about outdoor survival in some of the worst imaginable weather and how the hardy souls involved managed to keep up their strength spirits and courage while evading the Germans in order to carry out their plans Recommended for middle and high school as well as public libraries Adults will enjoy this also


  7. Shaeley Santiago Shaeley Santiago says:

    Fascinating book about Norwegians who worked with the British to destroy a Norwegian hydroelectric plant where heavy water was made which supplied the Germans during their attempt to build an atomic bomb


  8. Anita Prince Anita Prince says:

    Amazing that this small group of brave men was able to prevent Hitler from getting the materials he needed to develop a nuclear bomb Riveting


  9. Richard_C1 Richard_C1 says:

    With Sabotage The Mission to Destroy Hitler's Atomic Bomb Neal Bascomb magically transforms the story of a plan to ambush a heavy water facility into an addicting and action packed thriller After the Nazis invaded Norway during World War Two a group of loyal Norwegians that wanted to see their country free again went to Britain to train and tried to get involved in the war They would later be called onto two missions to ambush the supply chains for Hitler's atomic bomb Although the story's climax is unnecessarily intense it reveals the theme that sacrifices must be made to accomplish something greater


  10. Grant Rinckey Grant Rinckey says:

    this book is historical fiction and the theme of this book is never give up because they try and fail and then do it again This is why the theme is never give up


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Sabotage ➵ Sabotage Download ➾ Author Neal Bascomb – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk A stunning adventure involving Nazis nukes fighting failure and everyday heroes from the author of the award winning The Nazi HuntersNeal Bascomb delivers another nail biting work of nonfiction for yo A stunning adventure involving Nazis nukes fighting failure and everyday heroes from the author of the award winning The Nazi HuntersNeal Bascomb delivers another nail biting work of nonfiction for young adults in this incredible true story of spies and survivalThe invasion begins at night with German cruisers slipping into harbor and soon the Nazis occupy all of Norway They station soldiers throughout the country They institute martial rule And at Vemork an industrial fortress high above a dizzying gorge they gain access to an essential ingredient for the weapon that could end World War II Hitler's very own nuclear bomb When the Allies discover the plans for the bomb they agree Vemork must be destroyed But after a British operation fails to stop the Nazis' deadly designs the task falls to a band of young Norwegian commandos Armed with little than skis explosives and great courage they will survive months in the snowy wilderness elude a huge manhunt and execute two dangerous missions The result The greatest act of Sabotage in all of World War II.

  • Hardcover
  • 320 pages
  • Sabotage
  • Neal Bascomb
  • 12 January 2016
  • 9780545732437

About the Author: Neal Bascomb

Neal Bascomb is a national award winning and New York Times bestselling author of a number of books all non fiction narratives all focused on inspiring stories of adventure or achievement His work has been translated into over languages featured in several documentaries and optioned for major film and television projectsBorn in Colorado and raised in St Louis he is the product of public.