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Winston Groom's word choices in this book are from a different time and greatly appreciated by the people who lived the end of the stories
No snob fancy words or formats, just... Read more
The book shed light on parts of the early pilots lives and their passion for flying. So many of the early day pilots didn't live very long for a variety of reasons and I was glad... Read morePublished 21 hours ago by goldfish
This a just and fitting tale of three fine men, well done indeed!Published 8 days ago by Gerald F. Evans
Very well done. Not many left like these three guys. History done in a very palatable manner. Three men for whom the word hero is not hyperbole. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Glenn A. Legge
Very well written overview of 3 American heroes. Not in depth biographies, but rather intertwined narratives of an overlapping time in history involving all 3.Published 9 days ago by new
Of course you know the names and some stories about each. Or maybe you don't. But here are three men you want to know more about and admire and marvel. Read it. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Kate
I didn't realize Rickenbacker had been President of Eastern Air Lines. Groom tries to rehabilitate Lindbergh's pre-WWII "America First" racism and fascism with his... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Thomas Adams
I love reading anything about the golden age of aviation so this book was right up my alley. What was great about this book is that it tied together the stories of three of the... Read morePublished 14 days ago by AnarchyintheAZ