After a short but good introduction explaining how the Polish pilots of 303 Squadron arrived in the UK, this book takes the form of a diary of their participation in the Battle of Britain. Many books of this format then become somewhat repetitive in their style........this one does not......Mr King managing to keep the interest going with a very engaging style, making the book very readable. This is interspersed by small sections explaining various topics relating to the period, useful to the lay person but well enough done not to bore more knowledgeable readers. Mr King backs this up by attempting to match the Polish claims to known Luftwaffe losses often with fascinating results. There are also many extracts from the Diary of Johnny Kent, which is now in the Polish Institute collection, and finally potted histories of 303 Squadron pilots.
All of this has been beautifully presented by Red Kite whose quality appears second to none.
If you are interested in the period or want to know the truth behind Arkady Fiedler's 303 Squadron wartime book then this comes highly recommended.