Summer, 1944. A small squadron of British and American aircraft depart at dawn on strike into Germany, but as they cross the English Channel, the squadron vanishes. Drawn thousands of light-years across the galaxy by Kamalon's "Sensitive Mothers," ten men and eight aircraft are greeted by a roaring crowd in a field before the provincial capitol, on the continent of Azra; a land in desperate need of champions.
Captain Ross Murdock and the 51 Squadron are cast into a whirlwind adventure of intrigue, treachery, and romance as they are "culled" back and forth across the universe, outwitting and outrunning the Germans, while they attempt to foil the invasion of Azra by the neighboring continent of Krete.
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- Susan D. West
Great Plot If You Can Plod
I liked the plot and the twists and turns of situations. But...I personally am not interested in WWII war scenes and detailed descriptions of WWII war machines. However, that being said, if you can plod through the war machines and war torture scenes, the plot is good. I enjoyed the characters and the ideals of the characters. I completed the "listen" in about 5 days even considered I worked during the period.
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Would you listen to The Hawks of Kamalon again? Why?
The story is awesome and the narator a joy to hear
What was one of the most memorable moments of The Hawks of Kamalon?
The ease of the time shifting as the fighter planes are in action in one time and then in another
Any additional comments?
one of those you just could not turn it off to go to sleep.You just have to keep listening
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- Kindle Customer
a great read
This is quite a gem of a read and very imaginative. Well worth reading! Excellent narration as well.
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