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An autobiography in which Quill reflects upon his experiences as a test pilot with the Spitfire during World War II. Describes the early problems of mass production, of developing its capabilities and dealing with its defects.
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...splendid and readable -- The Times Literary Supplement
A worthy memorial to an exceptional pilot, and a great aircraft. -- Pilot Magazine September 1999
An extremely sophisticated and evocative story...a fresh insight into war in the air. -- Sunday Telegraph
He writes with fascinating foresight of aviation technology -- Timers Literary Supplement
It is Quill’s skill in telling good anecdote and his respect for fellow test and fighter pilot’s which stand out. -- Joanne Green Isle of Man Newspapers
Quill, the man and pilot, made his mark: this book is his testament. -- Times Literary Supplement
This is a handsome record, filled with nostalgia for an era in flying that is now gone... -- Times Literary Supplement
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Book Description J. Murray. Condition: new. Seller Inventory # think0719539773