[AZW] ✓ Blood Wings | by ☆ Phil Ward #2020


  • Title: Blood Wings
  • Author: Phil Ward
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 269
  • Format: Kindle Edition

  • Blood Wings By Phil Ward Trilogy set with Raiding Forces framework.n this sequel to Dead Eagles, U.S Major John Randal, commander of Strategic Raiding Forces, returns in Blood Wings, the first book in a trilogy within the Raiding Forces Series about the Abyssinian Campaign Major Randal parachutes into the middle of Italian East Africa with orders to raise a guerrilla army Everything that can goTrilogy set with Raiding Forces framework.n this sequel to Dead Eagles, U.S Major John Randal, commander of Strategic Raiding Forces, returns in Blood Wings, the first book in a trilogy within the Raiding Forces Series about the Abyssinian Campaign Major Randal parachutes into the middle of Italian East Africa with orders to raise a guerrilla army Everything that can go wrong does Blood Wings is a story of unconventional warfare and the ability to improvise, adapt and press on against overwhelming odds As in the first two Raiding Forces military adventures, Major Randal takes on a long range independent mission against incredible odds He proves once again that he is the best unconventional commander that Special Operations Executive can call on in a time of desperate need.
    Phil Ward
    Phil Ward is a decorated combat veteran commissioned at age nineteen A former instructor at the Army Ranger School, he has had a lifelong interest in small unit tactics and special operations He lives in Texas on a mountain overlooking Lake Austin.

    Blood Wings By Phil Ward

    Commentaires:

    John
    Slow, tedious startAbout 60% of Blood Wings was devoted to introducing the full names, including nicknames, of all the characters one character s name took two lines During those introductions there was only one page of the action I had expected from reading the first two books in this series, and than the author did a brief reintroducion of selected characters followed by a quick action scene before briefly reintroducing most of the key characters again I do like the creatively drawn problems t [...]

    Jim Calhoun
    GreatI had always understood that the Huks were Chinese communist backed, and most, but not all of the uprising from 1906 until 1941 were Moros Now must say that as awriter you seem to have a strange sense of humor.Very good stories.

    Mike Whitehouse
    Guerrilla RaidersSent to North Africa to raise a guerrilla army John Randall gets stuck in the desert with no radio, hostile natives and has man eating lions to contend with, Another great story in the Raiding Forces saga

    Richard Cowart
    Great WWII historical fictionI enjoy following Major Randle and his merry men through the different actions in Africa and France When you throw in his on again off again relationship with Lady Jane you have a great read.

    Bill Barnes
    ExcellentThe realness is that a real word is captivating You care for the characters as if you know them Warts and all they are compelling Best WWII story I have read.

    Lewis F. Fierke
    Still good stuffThis book moved slowly at the onset than the first two Still in all not a bad read I was afraid the author had just decided that it was time for a new one It ended up being a pretty decent follow up, continuing with the same cast of characters.

    Matthew
    It just left me hanging I have to find the next one It started a little slow but seemed to pick up speed as the book went on.

    Eric
    Finished this awhile ago Am currently on book five of the series, which gives you an idea that I might be enjoying the writing The final book, six is already on my Kindle.

    Barry
    A worthwhile addition to the oeuvre This takes John Randall to the war in Abassynia.

    • [AZW] ✓ Blood Wings | by ☆ Phil Ward
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      Published :2020-04-14T12:00:14+00:00