Damien Lewis is a former war reporter and one of the nation’s “twenty favourite authors” (World Book Day). He is a prolific writer, penning over a dozen books topping bestseller lists worldwide. Many of his books have been or are being made into movies, TV series or plays for the stage, and he scripts his own work as films (time permitting!). His war books include the No. 1 bestseller Zero Six Bravo, and his dog-and-man at war true stories include the phenomenally successful War Dog (The Dog Who Could Fly in the USA), both of which are being developed as films. His war victim memoirs - Slave, Tears of the Desert – have won a string of awards, and were international bestsellers. He also writes thrillers, and his first Cobra Gold, is being made into a movie by LA-based Safadi Entertainment. The first computer game with his name attached is “Damien Lewis’s Zulu Response”.
Damien's latest book Churchill's Secret Warriors is out now.
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" The real 'Inglourious Basterds' ".
Listen here to radio interview with Sean Moncrieff on Newstalk.
"I'm extremely excited about ZULU RESPONSE. Why? Because Rorke's Driftis one of the most iconic and famous battles ever fought by British and African forces, and has gone down in the lexicon of famous last stands.
The game as created is based upon the real events, weaponry, warrior types and tactics used,and has been exhaustively researched - delivering an authentic and dramatic edge-of-the-seat battle experience
anchored in the real life events as they transpired." - Damien Lewis