I know I have posted this in the book club (before the bitching starts), however, due to the subject matter of the book, I thought it would be appropriate to double post here. Here I have recently come across this book and I would thoroughly recommend it to anyone with even a passing interest in the events of Operation MARKET. The Authors are Maj Mike Peters AAC who I believe is still serving and Luuk Buist a Dutch civilian who comes from Arnhem and has spent years researching the battle and interviewing survivors. The book tells the story of the operation through the eyes of the pilots (and others) that fought the length and breadth of the battlefield embedded into or fighting alongside every unit represented. It also provides an insight to GPR training and ethos and has some good technical detail on establishments and manifests as well as listing the casualties, POW and a list of all members of the Regt who received an award. In my opinion a mighty fine read, has anyone else read it, if so thoughts?