Book 6 of the continuing Corps series. McCoy, Banning and the others are back. SSgt. Galloway leads his fighter squadron in a fierce air battle against the Japanese during the first year of world war 2. i've read all 7 of the books, and am reading them again. in reading the books, it feels like i'm just not reading the book, but reading the thoughts of these men who came before me. i have characters i admire, and some i hate.
i try to read only for a little while, but a few minutes becomes 10 minutes, 10 minutes become a half hour, and the next thing i know, i've been reading for 2 hours, and still want to read more. this is not you're everyday military book. it's more.
W.E.B Griffin researches his material and for those who don't know military language very well, or military history, he adds footnotes at the bottom of some of his pages which i find useful. i know alot about the war, but am finding out even more through his books. though the lives, thoughts, and some adventures of the characters are fiction, all of the scenes, and places are are true.
for anyone interested in the military, world war 2, or just well written books, i suggest this one, as well as the other 6.
Pfc Martin Lambert (firstname.lastname@example.org)