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Assignment Prague By Helen Haught Fanick,

  • Title: Assignment Prague
  • Author: Helen Haught Fanick
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  • Page: 480
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  • Anton Janak is a dedicated member of the Czechoslovakian Resistance working against the Nazis, and he values anyone who can help his efforts But when he learns that the young spy sent by the OSS to Prague is a woman, he has misgivings about working with her He had expected a man a man who could handle his assignment with the help of Janak and his fellow Resistance workerAnton Janak is a dedicated member of the Czechoslovakian Resistance working against the Nazis, and he values anyone who can help his efforts But when he learns that the young spy sent by the OSS to Prague is a woman, he has misgivings about working with her He had expected a man a man who could handle his assignment with the help of Janak and his fellow Resistance workers It doesn t take long, however, for Janak to realize the beautiful blonde spy has enough daring and resourcefulness to do what it takes in the occupied city The Nazis are everywhere, but Tereza s knowledge of Czech and German allows her to fit right in.Both of them have an unspoken determination to keep their relationship professional, to keep distractions at a minimum, but is that going to be possible when every day might be their last The bond that develops between them can only be destroyed by death, but that s a real possibility for covert activists in Nazi occupied Prague.
    Assignment Prague Anton Janak is a dedicated member of the Czechoslovakian Resistance working against the Nazis and he values anyone who can help his efforts But when he learns that the young spy sent by the OSS to Pr

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    1. During World War II, after the Nazis occupied Czechoslovakia, the resistance movement worked to help defeat Germany When ASSIGNMENT PRAGUE opens, Anton Janek is watching a woman, Tereza Valentova, fall from a plane as part of an assignment which brought her to Prague Her parachute didn t open until just before she was able to maneuver it into a tree The partially open chute plus and branches helped break her fall, but she was injured He was able to get her and the remains of the parachute out of [...]

    2. Since I m half Czech, stories set in Prague always catch my attention So when I saw this book with the Charles Bridge on the cover, I was immediately intrigued.Assignment Prague is set during World War II The main character is Anton Janak, a Czech who is a member of the Resistance fighting against the Nazi occupation of what was then Czechoslovakia As the book opens, Anton is participating in the nighttime parachute drop of a spy working for the OSS a woman whose mission is to infiltrate Nazi he [...]

    3. This book interested me, well, mainly because of the title appropriate for Around the World project I do from time to time The plot was all right, but narrative was kind of repetitive Everything had to be said twice even thrice just in case we didn t remember it was said before And it was somehow too simple I dare say shallow I am probably too demanding reader I require than just plot moving facts in order to become attached to the characters and the story Pity I feel it might have been quite g [...]

    4. Really can t recommend this book Thee characters are wooden and the dialogue is stilted Actually the dialogue sounds like Americans sitting around talking Actually the female protagonist is from America but that doesn t excuse the rest You get no sense of being in a foreign capital in the early years of WWII That said, why did I read it through to the end The plot line was interesting and even if I didn t like the characters much other than the old aunt and the landlady I wanted to know what hap [...]

    5. This is an interesting tale I was drawn to it because my father was Czech American and served in Europe during WWII He never spoke about the war so this book was a good way to get some of the flavor of the area and what went on at a personal level than you get in history books The spies in love aspect adds to the better than average book I will make note to look for by this author.

    6. Who do you trust The citizens in war torned Nazi occupied Prague live in constant fear American Alexandra, an OSS spy, is sent to Prague to work for Nazis gathering intelligence to aid the Allied forces in World War II She speaks both German and Czech a skill gained by spending time with her grandparents.Stilted dialogues No graphic sex or violence

    7. I enjoyed the intrigue and thought it was well done I didn t know what to expect but felt the author made the tale both realistic and possible I would have liked an ending with a positive spin, but then it may not have been as realistic and at least the potential of happiness was there.

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