A dramatic war story unlike anything you've read before!
We're in Northern Norway in 1942. It's a dark and cold September evening. Suddenly a submarine – Junon – rises out of the water, and twelve commandos on a sabotage mission appear. Operation Musketoon is underway. It's a very risky job. A team consisting of two Englishmen, one Canadian and two Norwegians row quietly into the fjord. Their target: the Glomfjord power station.
Their guide is a young soldier from Linge-company, Sverre Granlund. This is his story.
While Saboteur, John S. Jamtli's first critically acclaimed graphic novel about WW2, was a tall story based on reality, Saboteur – Operation Musketoon is the story as it really happened. But it is no less dramatic! Readers get to follow the saboteurs closely, over the mountain, through storms and fog, with the enemy hot on their heels. Based on the experiences of Sverre Granlund – who went from being a local guide in Northern Norway to carrying the whole operation on his shoulders.
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