Customer Review

Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on October 11, 2020
I had read the original Bat-21 book years ago. It was very interesting to read this book by an impartial third-party. A few of the revelations about what really did or didn't happen were eye-opening. Yet, those revelations didn't diminish what was accomplished. This book perhaps even enhances those accomplishments in my mind.

Also incredibly interesting was the parallel stories of the those who tried to save the airman; some of whom scarified their own lives. if I were asked to choose which book tells the story better, hands down, this would be the one.

My only complaint about the book is that in a few places (not many) the narrative seems to drag on a bit. Fortunately, it always picks up again.
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