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eBook Wingman download

by Mack Maloney

eBook Wingman download ISBN: 0786003103
Author: Mack Maloney
Publisher: Pinnacle (September 1, 1996)
Language: English
ePub: 1211 kb
Fb2: 1671 kb
Rating: 4.4
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Action and Adventure

Mack Maloney's Wingman Series. Book 2. The Circle War. by Mack Maloney.

Mack Maloney's Wingman Series.

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Mack Maloney is the author of numerous fiction series, including Wingman, Chopper Ops, Starhawk, and Pirate . The Wingman series is an odd group of books. Mack Maloney is no Tom Clancy, but he manages to craft a story that holds some tension throughout despite its weaknesses.

Mack Maloney is the author of numerous fiction series, including Wingman, Chopper Ops, Starhawk, and Pirate Hunters, as well as UFOs in Wartime: What They Didn’t Want You to Know. A native Bostonian, Maloney received a bachelor of science degree in journalism at Suffolk University and a master of arts degree in film at Emerson College. There are too few fiction works about aviation, and Maloney keeps the action going in each of his books.

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Clyde brought the engines to trim and wiggled his flaps. They groaned in response. Hunter couldn't have found a better crate to pass off as a drug-carrying flying shitbox, he thought. Hunter couldn't have found a better crate to pass off as a drug-carrying flying shitbox, he thought y after Hunter and Clyde had set the table at the saloon in Ruff Creek. Now, next to the Flying Boxcar sat the Sea Stallion, brought in under the cover of darkness to the stretch of Pennsylvania highway that was 20 miles south of Ruff Creek and now glistening in the predawn light.

When the United States is destroyed in a nuclear attack by brutal Russian warlords, ace fighter pilot Hawk Hunter launches a solitary plan of retribution in order to salvage the remains of America. Reprint.
Comments: (7)
Golkree
The Wingman series is an odd group of books. Mack Maloney is no Tom Clancy, but he manages to craft a story that holds some tension throughout despite its weaknesses. There are too few fiction works about aviation, and Maloney keeps the action going in each of his books.

Unfortunately, there's a high price to be paid and that's a complete lack of believability in virtually every area. Anyone who has ever flown a plane, and perhaps even those who have just seen them up close has to set aside every fact about aircraft and flying to even get through these books.

Jet fighters that can fly thousands of miles across the country without refueling. Check. Loading weapons stores on a fighter jet that exceed the weight of the plane. Check. Outrunning mach 4 missiles in a mach 1 jet. Check. Again and again we are asked to suspend every aviation reality just to get through this absurdly impossible account that can't even qualify as sci-fi. Even the silly Iron Eagle movies were more believable than this!

Yet strangely enough, while I cringed from cover to cover, I stayed with the book and went on to the next because the story itself is compelling enough to keep you interested if you are willing to ignore the ridiculous fiction of it all.
anneli
The author keeps the story going but key errors that are included really create a major distraction. A good fact checker and editor would have helped a great deal. Wright-Pat. was a development base not a storage location. Monthan AFB near Tucson has thousands of war birds in storage where the weather will not get to them. When Hawk saw the message on the mountain it took him three weeks of walking to reach Otis; and after he gets his F-16 in the air he is 48 hours from being back on the mountain. The AN-12 is Russian equivalent of C-130..it would not have gotten off the ground with 200 pass and their gear, much less all equipment Hawk saw. F-20 may have been a fine design but they only completed 3 aircraft. It was to be a low cost F-16. Read the prologue to W-2 and Hawk is flying a U2 at an altitude and weather conditions that probably would have taken the wings off....then her fires up th e afterburner it never had to get out of trouble. Yes, I have ordered W-2!
Ceroelyu
Many years ago, I bought and read the fourth book in this series, not realizing there were three previous volumes. I enjoyed and re-read it several times over the years but never pursued the volumes I had missed. Just recently, I came across my battered copy and read it yet again, enjoying it just as much as the first time. This made me decided to go back and read the volumes I had missed, starting this with this one; the first. Although you could start with any of the books and not be confused, I enjoyed reading the story from the beginning.
In my opinion, some of the aviation and military tech is a little off, but this is fictional and entitled to its artistic license. I enjoyed the story line, and the character introduction is enjoyable. There is plenty of action and surprises. While some parts are predictable, other turns in the tale were totally unexpected. There is a nice blend of sexy bits that add some spice, and just a touch of corn and dry humor in a few of the character names and the stereo types that many are modeled after. Captain "Crunch" O'Malley and Captain "Bull" Dozer are just a few examples.
Reading the first volume was enjoyable enough for me to want to read the entire seventeen volume series. At the time I'm writing this review, I've just completed the fifth book in the continuing story and enjoyed each of the "Wingman" book written by Mack Maloney.
Okay, in some people's opinions the story line can seem militarily and historically hokey, but who says hokey can't be entertaining or enjoyable fiction? I have the next three volumes on the way in the mail and I am looking forward to reading them. Of course it doesn't hurt that the F-16 happens to be one of my favorite US Air Force jets of all time. The red, white, and blue one with the big white "W" on the undercarriage is very appealing to me!
Vushura
A tense very poss problem facing us today. Thank goodness we have people like the Major around who has faith in the USA
to fight to the last man to turn the tide and give us back the Democracy that we know it today It is intertainment not a science project,
I will guaranty it will keep your interest, I was upset that my battery went dead and I had to wait while I plugged it in ( a long several hours).the only problem I see me having is the cost of the books. the 1st 3 I bought was $1.99, then the price went sky high for
the balance. May have to look for used paper backs to find out what happened.
Gamba
I've read the paperback editions before, now that I can get them in digital, it makes life so much easier, and I can read them anytime! Wingman Book 1 is great story that takes you into an alternate world, what would happen if Russia and USA duked it out in Europe, well this series tells that story, how America won the battles and lost war due to a backstabbing politician.
Kikora
This book was losing my attention when I came across the F-111. I do not think he has been close to one, certainly not in the cockpit. While one man can fly it it, the strength lies in weapon delivery from the RIGHT seat. It takes two men to deliver ordnance and they have to have been trained.
He really lost me when he put B-25s, B-24s,B29s, B-47s and a B-58 in the same formation and at 50,000 feet. The only plane in that group to reach angels 50 is the 58. The B-25 could reach 12,000 while the B-24 could reach The B-25 was hard pressed to carry two thousand pounds while the B-24 could carry 6,800 pounds of bombs.
The B-58 carried all weapons internally and would never have been able to carry an 18,500 pound bomb.
Hunter hopping into all the aircraft mentioned is a real stretch as the flight characteristics are so different.