Harry's War

Harry's War

by Ed Benjamin

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ISBN-13: 9781620950333
Publisher: BookBaby
Publication date: 01/24/2012
Series: Harry's War Series
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 54
File size: 583 KB

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Harry's War 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
hemypicasso More than 1 year ago
Great Read! Wow!  ..  I've never read books in this type genre before, but if this book is any indication, I'll be reading more, and especially from this writer. Just great!  His characters and descriptions of close air combat were absolutely Thrilling and had me on the edge of my seat with excitement and anticipation. The story tells of the struggles of Harry a Fighter Pilot in the Iraq War. Struggle both fo war and internally. Thsi book was well researched from a obviously gifted writer. I found the book to be both informative and entertaining. It Was a Joy to read, and I'll be looking for more from Mr. Benjamin. Bravo!
Jessie66 More than 1 year ago
The military and jet fighter expertise in this book is amazing. The author really knows his stuff about how it is to fly a jet. This is what I loved about the book. It is truly authentic, as if you were a pilot yourself. They story could use a little work (as in, add more), but the dog fight and Harry's internal struggle are thoroughly explored. The dog fight was my favorites part and really exciting! I'd recommend this book for military buffs.
Asenav More than 1 year ago
I absolutely love this novel, from beginning to end I was captivated throughout the whole read. Ed Benjamin is a man who has experience in the Aviation field and has demonstrated his talent and skills in writing this book. My favourite parts in this book are the battles for sure, very thrilling and at times sent chills down my spine as I felt myself gripping my reading device quite tight. I myself cannot stand flying or the thought of crashing but wow this book makes me want to be an air force pilot! The lead characters have very dominant minds and very interesting views on the politics of war which will get you thinking. Outstanding read, I am now reading through this a second time.
FitScape More than 1 year ago
Fantastic, books like these are what keep the readers flipping pages! These are by far my favourite novels to read, full of action and lots of interesting information. The mind set of the main characters are strong and what they endure in this book is phenomenal. Once you pick this book up there will be no putting it down!
Raymy1012 More than 1 year ago
Author Ed Benjamin brings us the exciting character Harry. Harry is in the U.S. Air Force. He is about to endure a harrowing mission during which Harry becomes one of only two pilots to score three kills in a single battle. Benjamin’s command of military life, equipment and protocol is remarkable. He is able to create a believable and impressive picture of a military air battle right down to all the incredible details. Through his extensive descriptions Benjamin is able to bring ‘Harry’s War’ to brilliant and colorful life. My Grandfather was a bombardier in WWII. My Dad was in the service as well as my husband. This gives me more knowledge on military life than the average person. I was impressed with how accurate this book is even down to small details. I became immersed in Benjamin’s creation and transfixed on the outcome. I enjoyed getting to learn more about Harry’s history, what calls him into the service to begin with, and what happens to him after his military career. It is a nice change of pace to see the man behind the hero. I was also pleased to see that there may be a detective series in the works starring Harry. I have grown quite fond of him. Harry’s War is an exhilarating experience you won’t want to miss. I highly recommend it!
Dawson59 More than 1 year ago
Pros If you’re interested in an intense fighter to fighter combat scenario, this is the best I’ve ever read. You feel yourself in the cockpit of Harry’s F-15 against overwhelming odds. The technical aspects and air co-ordination with AWACS was very insightful.  Cons The second half of the book talks about his life before and after his career ending injury.  Much of the information in this part could easily be integrated to the beginning.  At times I felt this part was an afterthought. It carried none of the initial flowing prose. It was jarring and rough. Perhaps that’s what the other intended. Editing:  It needs it.  A fleshing out would tighten up the story. We know it’s Harry so why do so many sentences start with his name. Many of the sentences are in past tense when the action is present. Let’s re-evaluate the word ‘had’ and ‘that.’ A point of confusion for me was Major Howard. I don’t want to give anything away, but I found it odd that he moved Harry’s paper up the chain of command after giving him a failing grade. Overall, not a bad effort, but it needs work Three stars.    
Doc-J More than 1 year ago
I like the guy. I can relate. Not because I ever was a pilot or could master all that amazing technology, or even because I got the girl (I usually didn't), but because even though he has succeeded so well he still doesn't believe he has mastered the game of life at some places in his heart. that part I understand only too well. I am so very much looking forward to the full novel with Harry. Based on this book, I can expect some real but yet unexpected twists to keep me interested. Also, (without giving the story away) I am from the state Harry winds up in and it is true what you hear about it. Even my wife's hairdresser carries a gun. I do want to see how this is handled - it should be fun.