Across the Blood-Red Skies

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by Robert Radcliffe | Literature & Fiction | This book has not been rated.
ISBN: 0351320849 Global Overview for this book
Registered by sheepette of Totton and Eling, Hampshire United Kingdom on 5/8/2020
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Journal Entry 1 by sheepette from Totton and Eling, Hampshire United Kingdom on Friday, May 8, 2020
Thank you for finding this book. It is now yours to do as you like with it. I hope you will read it. Once you have read it, Keep it, pass it on, read it again. It's up to you.

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Thank you and enjoy!

Journal Entry 2 by sheepette at Totton and Eling, Hampshire United Kingdom on Friday, May 8, 2020
Spring 1917. Under furious attack both from the ground and the air, the average survival time of a First World War reconnaissance pilot is eighteen hours. George Duckwell, reluctant novice-hero of the Royal Flying Corps, is living on borrowed time. Having joined up to escape disgrace at home, George can only watch in horror as a succession of comrades - inexperienced, under-trained and hopelessly idealistic - are shot down, burned, maimed and killed, while somehow he survives. Struggling to make sense of the conflict, George forms an awkward friendship with William 'Mac' MacBride, an enigmatic Canadian ace, waging his own private war against the legendary Red Baron. But when Mac falls for George's sweetheart - front-line nurse Emily - heartbroken George learns that Mac's mysterious past is darker than he imagined, and the fragile bond that keeps the two men alive comes under threat on the eve of the most lethal conflict the modern world has know

Journal Entry 3 by sheepette at Totton and Eling, Hampshire United Kingdom on Thursday, July 30, 2020
It was interesting reading a book from a males point of view. it took me a long time to read this but it was very good.

Journal Entry 4 by sheepette at Phone Box in Cornwood, Devon United Kingdom on Sunday, July 11, 2021

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