Once again Ann Coulter defies the conventional wisdom foisted upon us by the "mainstream" media to poke holes in the leftist/Marxists tactic of labeling to vilify and silence the opposition. I love her brilliance and ability to to make highly logical arguments in a helpful and often humorous way. I can see why the left hates her - darkness cannot stand the illuminating light of truth borne out by facts.
The most enjoyable aspect of the book was the suspense during aerial combat and the accounts of bravery and daring in the face of almost certain death.
What I liked most about the story is the relationship forged by these two warriors and the bond they shared. If only the same chivalrous conduct existed in today's discourse. Where are all the gentlemen gone.
My favorite scene was the near demise of the crew of "Ye Olde Pub" and it subsequent rescue.
I was particularly moved by Franz and Charlie's initial meeting in person and later the reunion with members of the crew along with Franz
I highly recommend this audio-book to any aviation enthusiasts. You will not be disappointed.
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