Devon's Blade

Devon s Blade A gripping story of fighter pilots at war told in the spirit of classic air combat yarns Commander Devon Ardel is sent to a remote base on a backwater world to take over a struggling starfighter squa

  • Title: Devon's Blade
  • Author: Ken McConnell
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 379
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A gripping story of fighter pilots at war, told in the spirit of classic air combat yarns Commander Devon Ardel is sent to a remote base on a backwater world to take over a struggling starfighter squadron She soon realizes that her pilot s simply lack the will to fight an enemy that has dominated them for months Inspiring her people to fight proves easy enough until theA gripping story of fighter pilots at war, told in the spirit of classic air combat yarns Commander Devon Ardel is sent to a remote base on a backwater world to take over a struggling starfighter squadron She soon realizes that her pilot s simply lack the will to fight an enemy that has dominated them for months Inspiring her people to fight proves easy enough until the enemy retaliates with a new and deadly fighter Now she must figure out new tactics and overcome an enemy ace who threatens to kill them all in single combat aerial duels.

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    1. Devon’s Blade by Ken McConnell is an action-packed read almost from the get-go. I’ll admit, I’ve never read story of fighter pilots dogfights before, so I got a little lost with some of the terminology. However, the author does a good enough job of communicating the tenseness of the fights that I didn’t feel like I was missing much.I absolutely loved the fact that the main characters were strong, flawed and fantastic females. Not all of them were likable, and they didn’t need to be. It [...]

    2. I'm a sucker for a good air combat novel; this one fit the bill. I thoroughly enjoyed it.I enjoyed the fast-paced story, the vivid imagery and the satisfying conclusion. Kudos to the author and Kindle Unlimited. Thanks

    3. "Welcome to the armpit of the war, Commander."Assignment to the primarily water planet Kew was, for most, a punishment. The planet was stunning, hot sun and tropical beaches but also a front line posting where the air supremacy was being held by the enemy alien Votainions. Morale was low and the pilot kill list high.Then a new flight commander arrives to turn things around, Devon Ardel. This is the account of how she does it.A hard fighting novella with some great characterisations and observati [...]

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