A single pilot can fly the US Air Force's powerful fighter plane, DreamStar - and he's a KGB mole. Captain Kenneth Francis James - a.k.a. Andrei Maraklov - has been ordered to steal DreamStar, an XF-34 fighter that has the frightening ability to respond to its pilot's thoughts and issue its own commands. It's up to Lieutenant Colonel Patrick McLanahan - the hero of Dale Brown's earlier thriller, Flight of the Old Dog - to remove the DreamStar threat. McLanahan and his Air Force compatriots take up the challenge using a modified F-15E called Cheetah, which is designed to capture or destroy DreamStar. Read by actor Joseph Campanella, this nail-biting thriller is high-tech suspense at its best.
©1989 by Dale F. Brown, Inc.; (P)1989 by Dove Books on Tape
Notwithstanding the idea of Soviets in Nicaragua (Monroe doctrine), implausible behavior of world leaders, and unreal defector flip-flop, this was a pretty good sci-fi book. It was a short listen purports development of a thought controlled fighter airplane. What an idea.
First audiobook I've ever heard.
Compared it with my hard copy and it lacks some parts it's like a new version.
Now I'm worried since I've also bought Moss' 'Fear the Sky' hope that one'll be complete.
Recommend to buy the book.
I went back go through the series. its still very good... the book en!ded too soon...didnt they have Unabrigd3d bacj then
The story was a fun adventure and well paced. The reader was horrible. His voices were inconsistent and uncomfortable to listen to.
Better reader. Offer unabridged version. I really don't like abridged books.
Yes. Mark Valley as Patrick.
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