Written by the author of "Flights", this novel, set during the World War II, takes us into the minds and hearts of the young men of the US aircrew and portrays their hopes and fears, skill and bravery, nostalgia and homesickness.
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Book Description Fontana Press. Paperback. Book Condition: New. UNUSED, LIKE NEW, NOT EX-LIBRARY, Marked remainder, 240 pages. TEN YOUNG MEN AND THEIR PLANE.The war is raging in the skies over Europe. The war can be won in those skies, or lost along with so many young lives.Paper Dolls an awesome weapon of war. But it is also a fragile craft, dependent as much on the skill of its crew as on its firepower for survival. And its crew are mostly green recruits, sent into battle by the faceless commanders as if they were hardened veterans-young men like Bobby Bryant, barely out of school, and his friend Snowberry.Together, they come to terms with flying in the face of death every time they go on a mission. And together, they form a team, far from home, for if they do not act together, they are all doomed.'The most impressive and least sentimental novel of the Second World War that I have yet read. Bookseller Inventory # 7071
Book Description Fontana, 1989. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110006175163