"The single best treatment of the American Air Service in World War I." - America and World War I
From April to November 1918, the American Air Service grew from a poorly equipped, unorganized branch of the U.S. Expeditionary Forces to a fighting unit equal to its opponent in every way. Hostile Skies details the actual battle experiences of the men and boys who made up the service squadrons at the front - Raoul Lufbery, Elliot Springs, Fiorello La Guardia, and, of course, Eddie Rickenbacker.
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“The book is a delight to read.” (Air University Review)
My name is Hubert Williams. I am an audiobook narrator. I expect all good reviews, but I know that's impossible. Can't satisfy everyone
It was free.
To me, it is presented as written. Forensic and boring.
Sprance did his best to bring this book to life. For me, he could not.
This, of course, is my opinion. There were two reviews prior to mine with 5 star writings. I would encourage others to make their own evaluation. I would be interested in hearing Mr. Sprance narrating a different genre.
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