By the author of the acclaimed bestseller WAR OF THE RATS, an epic story of men and war.
In the final months of World War Two, the Western Allies close in on the last prize of the war Berlin. One question burns in the mind of every soldier, and in the hearts of the Allied leaders: who will take Berlin On the Western front, Roosevelt and Eisenhower confront their counterparts, Churchill and Montgomery, over who will lead the thrust into the Nazi capital. In the East, Josef Stalin s armies advance ruthlessly towards their moment of vengeance.
The End of War is an epic novel of courage, combat and cunning at the highest levels of history, portraying the race for Berlin through a myriad of perspectives: Churchill, Stalin, Roosevelt, an American photojournalist in the vanguard of the action, a Soviet soldier busted to a punishment brigade, and a female cellist under the bombs in doomed Berlin.