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I think Angels of Bastogne is a terrific and unusual World War II story. Its drama and characters are, in my view, riveting. Ivers weaves a complex structure with third person observation and commentary, a history lesson, and a first person set of interactions and dialogue. The result is a completely engaging experience that teaches, provides human context, and puts the reader in the middle of the narrative.

Owen Shapiro

Professor Emeritus in Film College of Visual and Performing Arts, Syracuse University 

Co-founder and Artistic Director, Syracuse International Film Festival

Co-founder and Emeritus President, International Filmmaking Academy, Bologna, Italy

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