Book review: Partisans

Partisans follows a Yugoslavian agent known as Peter Petersen and his team and is set in World War II. Petersen is helping a couple of radio operators into the country, delivering a secret message and looking to unmask a double agent. Petersen is only able to trust his partners as he travels further into a Yugoslavia that is fighting the Italians and Germans as well as each other.

The plot moves along at a slow pace and is confusing in parts as it is never clear which side Petersen is on, with the exception of the Axis forces who he is not on. Whilst this may accurately reflect the confusion at the time, it does not make for an easy-to-follow plot.

Rating (out of 5): **


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