In the thick of World War II, a small team of dedicated and resourceful men launch a daring operation to open a route of escape for 1200 British soldiers trapped on an island off the Turkish coast. A Nazi fortress boasts two giant guns trained on the only approach to the isle, and full-scale army attacks have met with disastrous failure. Though written in 1957, Alistair MacLean’s The Guns of Navarone crackles with enough tense action and shocking double-crosses to thrill modern audiences. Five tough, irreverent, and courageous troopers, each with a unique specialty, join forces to scale obstacles both natural and manmade. Mounted with enough authentic detail to bring the excitement to life, this is a mission to restore your belief in heroes.