Flight of Eagles by Jack Higgins
This is my review for the Flight of Eagles by Jack Higgins - I love the cover of this book – it says “Jack Higgins the world's master thriller writer” - so modest. The story is about two twin brothers, born in the United States, but find themselves as on opposite sides during the second world war.
They were both pilots, and both aces, Max for the Luftwaffe and Harry for the RAF to start with then the American Air force.
By a strange twist of fate they find themselves together again in the final part of the war, and one has to save the other. The other key character in the story is Tarquin the bear, who travels around with them and is rescued repeatedly and ties the whole thing together.
This was an enjoyable book, with enough twists in it along the way to keep my interest. This was book 30 week 21 (8 on audio) non fiction 1
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