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Would you consider the audio edition of Hell's Angels to be better than the print version?
It's difficult to say--I sure didn't like to stop listening.
What did you like best about this story?
Although the stories of air combat are told in a way that's both exciting and personal, it's not just about air combat, which, when overdone, can get numbing or overwhelming. The fighting is woven into a total story of strategy, tactics, equipment and people. And it tells the story of the support personnel as well--these are the folks who made sure the aircraft and men were ready for each mission. And it includes lots of personal stories and vignettes that make the men and what they did that much more real. Altogether it makes a very engaging story.
What about Robertson Dean’s performance did you like?
Robertson Dean performs this amazing story with the gravitas it warrants while simultaneously drawing the reader into the gut-wrenching action that typified the air war over Europe. His timing and tempo, together with his ability to apply nuance and heart, move the book along perfectly. It's difficult to imagine this book read by anyone else.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Terror, heart and sacrifice at five miles high.
Any additional comments?
There is probably no better start-to-finish narrative history of a World War II Bomb Group.
9 of 9 people found this review helpful
Awesome just awesome. Greatest book ever. Really enjoyed the story. I would highly recommend it. Thank you very much. Thanks
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