The Pilot: Fighter Planes and Paris

The Pilot Fighter Planes and Paris The Pilot is in love with fighter planes a beautiful woman and Paris He must choose one of the three One choice would betray the woman he can t resist who may be a spy or someone much The Pilot has

  • Title: The Pilot: Fighter Planes and Paris
  • Author: Ed Cobleigh
  • ISBN: 0692392068
  • Page: 446
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Pilot is in love with fighter planes, a beautiful woman, and Paris He must choose one of the three One choice would betray the woman he can t resist, who may be a spy or someone much The Pilot has mastered many fighters, from the treacherous Sopwith Camel to the stiletto F 104 Starfighter, from the Spitfire to the F 16 Viper But this challenge is different HeThe Pilot is in love with fighter planes, a beautiful woman, and Paris He must choose one of the three One choice would betray the woman he can t resist, who may be a spy or someone much The Pilot has mastered many fighters, from the treacherous Sopwith Camel to the stiletto F 104 Starfighter, from the Spitfire to the F 16 Viper But this challenge is different He can t shoot down the future, but the past may hold the key to his present.The Pilot re flies classic missions and re lives past love affairs searching for answers Heart pounding air combat spanning the skies of time involves him in a fast paced m lange of fighter aviation, espionage, libido, memories, and culture in the City of Light.

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    1 thought on “The Pilot: Fighter Planes and Paris”

    1. The book captured me immediately with “Chapter One: The Latin Quarter, Paris, April 2014.” Having lived in Paris for three years, I recognized many of the landmarks in the book, including my favorite restaurant Le Coup Chou restaurant in the 5th Arrondissement which came to life with Mr. Cobleigh’s masterfully crafted prose. Not many years ago I earned my private pilot license, which made the aviation theme of the book even more interesting, although the character development and historica [...]

    2. Story is over technical in a lot of ways. It would suit a reader interested in aircrafts and aviation. It was well written but it lacked a meaningful storyline which was easily followed and understood. I received the book for free through First Reads.

    3. An interestingly structured novel with both popular and literary elements, that reveals how the cocky fighter pilot type thinks of himself (admiringly, no surprise there). In a series of chapters that take place both in the present and over the past hundred years, the archetypal Pilot has many aviation and erotic adventures. The women only exist in relation to the guy, which could be considered a deficit (but represents his p.o.v. honestly). Of greater fascination is the influence of magical rea [...]

    4. Insight into a very interesting time line of military aviation.The central character was ever evolving and kept my attention completely. I share the view that politics should be a non factor when sending citizens in harm's way. Cobleigh has a writing style that is enjoyable and unique.

    5. Good book, war planes and a mysterious beautiful woman.Interesting book, filled with one encounter after another, and the main theme is about flying. I liked the book. I like books about flying and the pilots in their cockpits. This is little different book, fiction, yet very entertaining. I highly recommend

    6. Thoroughly enjoyed “The Pilot.” It was a quick read and evoked wonderful memories of a recent trip to Paris. The character development was outstanding and made the relationship between The Pilot and his planes and love interests come to life. Having a private pilot license myself, I was enthralled by the excitement generated by the descriptions of the dogfights. Mr. Cobleigh ties the overarching theme of the book together nicely near the end with The Pilot’s contemplative reflection on his [...]

    7. I really felt the change of season that the Pilot felt as flying transfers to a new era. However, I felt that the ending was a bit cliche for the emotions portrayed throughout. I got this book through GoodReads First Reads.

    8. Won a copy of this through Good Reads but never finished it. It was written with details that were too detailed/technical. Probably better for someone with a deeper understanding of aircraft.

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