Whats the Best Aviation FICTIONAL books you've enjoyed?

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Concorde247

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I Daresay that most of us on this forum have a lot of Historical / Autobiographical books on world war 2 or indeed Aviation in general.

But is there any Aircraft Fiction (story) books that you have particularly enjoyed why?
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To start off, I Particularly liked the books by Robert Jackson based on a fictional character called George Yeoman, his adventures in the war. The Author researched the history of each period of the war very well.
 

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Has anybody once read a book of the Crimson Skies series? They have a pure fictional story and some of the aircraft designs are amazing.
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I read "The Adventures of Jay Jay The Jet Plane" to my 18 month old son at least once every few days. :lol:
 
The Crimson SKies books are fun, as is the game, unfortunately I have somehow lost my CD of the game can't afford a replacement :bugger:

John Harris wrote a series about a man called Martin Falconer learning to fly during WW1, love the books, can't find them anywhere!

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DAVIDICUS said:
I read "The Adventures of Jay Jay The Jet Plane" to my 18 month old son at least once every few days. :lol:

Riviting Stuff!

"Catch The Pigeon" gets my heart racing everytime though. They just never seem able to waste it! ;)
 

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