Shadow Flight

  • by Joe Weber
  • Narrated by Chris Andrew Ciulla
  • 12 hrs and 26 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

From the bestselling author of DEFCON One comes an explosive techno-thriller.
While Congress debates the merits of continued funding for the stealth bomber, sinister forces have their own goals in mind. During a training exercise, a B-2 bomber disappears. When search efforts produce no evidence that the bomber crashed, the US Air Force has no choice but to acknowledge that one of its most secret and high-tech aircraft has been hijacked.
Recovery of the B-2 and its crew becomes the president's highest priority, and the Kremlin claims no knowledge of the missing aircraft. Finally, intelligence leads to what at first seems a very unlikely suspect: Cuba. But could the tiny nation pull off a theft of this magnitude? And what might its plans be for the highly sought-after aircraft? Getting the answers to these questions becomes the top-secret mission for CIA agent Steve Wickham, for without those answers, only one solution will remain: invasion. And if the US invades, World War III will certainly follow.

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superb action story

This book was non stop action all the way. Easily as good as any Clancy or Coonts novel. This would make a great movie! the narration by Chris Andrew Ciulla was outstanding! Excellent foreign pronunciations and accents.
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- Amazon Customer

Clancy-esque...Apropos to the Ukraine stuff today

Where does Shadow Flight rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

I've listened to about 175. But not too many military novels. I thought Ciulla did a really great job with all the different types of individuals in this book, on both sides of the Cold War fence. It's in the top 20, for sure.


Who was your favorite character and why?

I really liked Fritz Kranz. Believable German (or Austrian...can't remember). Felt for him.


Which character – as performed by Chris Andrew Ciulla – was your favorite?

Again, I liked Fritz, and I liked the Russian baddies. Levchenko most of all.


Any additional comments?

I recommend it, if you like military. There's a lot of technical jargon, so if you like to be educated while you listen to some action, this is a good listen.

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- LA Bos

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-10-2013
  • Publisher: Blackstone Audio, Inc.