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A marine corps pilot is shot down over North Korea during the Korean conflict. This is his story of his trials as he makes his way back to American forces. How does an Indian Caucasian hide among the Asian populace to escape the notice of the North Korean authorities? Aided by two clever Korean teenagers, he reaches South Korea and finally his home in Colorado.

©2012 Mac (O.H.) McClelland (P)2015 Mac (O.H.) McClelland

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  • 04-28-15

A Great Story with great emotion

What did you love best about Eagle That Walks?

The story line about 2 Korean Children and how they helped Chase escape to freedom

Who was your favorite character and why?

Chase because he was a tough individual with a religious background

Which scene was your favorite?

When Chase came back after killing the sniper and then.......

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

I laughed, cried and was very touched by some of the scenes with Chase and the children.

Any additional comments?

This is a great read, there was a lot of emotion, love and respect