Reviewed by Clayton C. David, Secretary, The Air Forces Escape & Evasion Society, 19 Oak Ridge Pond- Hannibal, MO 63401-6539 davidafe@adams.net

Much more than just another war story, this true, first person story grips the reader from beginning to end with total realism. Those of the Greatest Generation can relate to the author's childhood and teen years enjoying Scouting and sports during the Great Depression years.
The authorís vivid memory and ability to write about his determination to enlist and fly in the Army Air Corps is as if you were there with him. His unique experience of evading capture by the Nazis for over three months (only with the Slovaks invaluable help) after bailing out of his shot-up B-24 over Slovakia December 11, 1944, would make an excellent book alone. This is especially true because of the author's awesome description of the Slovak Resistance and Partisans heroism and sacrifices in protecting downed American fliers.
His eventual capture and harsh treatment by the Nazi Gestapo intensifies his wartime experiences to a fever pitch, acutely testing his courage---and his Faith.
Finally, the aftermath of his harrowing prisoner experience and finding the Love of his Life will move and touch you.

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