In the golden age of adventure....
Dodge Dalton's stories about the adventures of Captain Zane Falcon have made both the author, and his iconic protagonist, famous. Maybe a little too famous. When a diabolical villain, wielding a fantastic power unearthed in the ruins of a forgotten civilization, kidnaps the president, he has only one demand: a fight with America's greatest hero. There's just one problem: Falcon doesn't exist. Or does he?
In order to save America, Dodge must embark on a journey to the ends of the earth to find Captain Falcon, and along the way will discover the hero within himself.
©2010 Sean Ellis (P)2011 Seven Realms Publishing, LLC
"Falcon's Wings is high flying adventure at its best. Cleverly conceived, original, and multi-layered, the action literally jumps off the page and takes the reader through unexpected twists and turns." (Rob MacGregor, author of Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade and Amazon: The Ghost Tribe)
A good listen for a lover of pulp stories, although the narration is merely adequate. Listen for the story and not for the narrator.
I found the narration a bit lacking in cadence and characterization. The narrator seems to substitute volume for pacing and storytelling. As storytelling is the essence of pulp fiction this stands out more than it might in other situations.
Non-stop action in the style of Indiana Jones.
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