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  • Paperback
  • 436
  • The Hawks of Kamalon An Interplanetary Adventure
  • Michael Reisig
  • English
  • 14 October 2019
  • 9781885173607

10 thoughts on “The Hawks of Kamalon An Interplanetary Adventure

  1. says:

    Maybe not as bad as the rating would indicate i went that low as it just left me bored I mean we've science fiction science fantasy readers have been here before It Just took the well traveled and got well really boring t

  2. says:

    Probably the BEST written book by Michael Reisig While his Road To Key West series dabbled with sci fi this one plunges in head first Nicely done Michael a true classic

  3. says:

    Read it Normally scifi is not my genre but this book is fantastic From beginning to end I'm not sure how it could have been better

  4. says:

    Excellent AdventureI was leery to try a sci fi novel as it is not a genre I generally read However good writing trumps allThis is a grand adventure novel Likable characters A lively and interesting setting Everything you could want I have now r

  5. says:

    The Hawks of Kamalon is a fantastic adventure to another world Ten unsuspecting men are chosen from WWII pilots to be heroes on a planet across the universe The first few chapters are a slow start but once the engine is revved this book doesn't stop until it's overDropped into a foreign people and a war they don't have anything to do with these pilots are anxious to get back home and to their own important mission back o

  6. says:

    The Hawks of Kamalon are the implacable combination of eight British and American planes of the 51 Suadron who've left WWII torn England on a deadly mission to Germany and are transported in the channel to a world light years away into another do or die battle on an alien planet The Hawks bring with them their Spitfires and P51's and are uickly embroiled in a fight only Michael Reisig could make authentic and heart th

  7. says:

    Highest praises for another brilliant adventure by Michael ReisigA talented and elite group a mixed team of American and British WWII fighter pilots – “volunteered” for a special mission to bomb a German production pl

  8. says:

    The Hawks of Kamalon are members of a joint British and American special flight of fighters and bombers flying on a raid

  9. says:

    While I don't usually read books in the scifi fantasy genre the idea behind this one really caught my eye A group of WWII fighter a

  10. says:

    The Hawks of Kamalon by Michael Reisig was won in a Goodreads giveaway By the end of the first chapter I was hooked The story follows a group of World War 2 pilots who a transported to another world to be the saviors of a peaceful human society at War with another despotic kingdom The action is constant The characters are interesting I have always had a weak spot for alternate history and stories that involve a group of Earthli

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The Hawks of Kamalon An Interplanetary Adventure

Like the first Star Wars Are you a fan of Jack Higgins or Robert HeinlenIf the answer is yes you're in for a galloping interplanetary ride with Hawks as a handful of men are drawn light years across the universe and faced with the nearly impossible task of saving a peaceful metaphysical society the Azrans from their highly aggressive technologically advanced neighbors the KretesThere are some small details that have to be worked out like zipping back and forth across the u The Hawks of Kamalon is a fantastic adventure to another world Ten unsuspecting men are chosen from WWII pilots to be heroes on a planet across the universe The first few chapters are a slow start but once the engine is revved this book doesn t stop until it s overDropped into a foreign people and a war they don t have anything to do with these pilots are anxious to get back home and to their own important mission back on Earth Unfortunately they re stuck for the time being until the Azrans can get up the power necessary to send them back home And in the meantime wellThe action scenes are so engaging I had a hard time putting this book down And I m not shy to admit that I shed a few tears along the way War is not a pleasant business and Reisig is not afraid to be honest about it But at the same time there s a healthy dose of dark humor to lighten the reality of itI had just a couple problems with some of the world building First Azra and Krete were just a little to perfectly good and bad There was precisely one bad Azran and one good Krete I would have liked to have seen the mold broken a little than thatSecond and this might be nit picky of me but it drove me batty the inconsistent usage of yeyouyour and thoutheethy These are not perfectly interchangable And you have to use the right case Anmd yer is not a word Really ResearchFinally Wilcox seemed to disappear for nearly a hundred pages I have no idea what happened to him between when they got back from the original mission to Krete and him popping up finally in the conflict in Germany but I was very confused for a whileOverall though a wonderful combat novel that takes the reader on uite a rideI received this book for free through First Reads and was not reuired to write a positive or any other type of review All opinions stated herein are solely my own

review ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ñ Michael Reisig

A small suadron of British and American aircraft depart at dawn on a top secret long range strike into the heart of Germany but as they cross the English Channel the suadron vanishesYou're about to be introduced to a band of reluctant heroes a motley group of brawlers rovers and pretenders British and American fighter pilots champions one and all for a group of people on a small planet somewhere on the other side of the Milky WayDo you remember The Magnificent Seven Did you Read it Normally scifi is not my genre but this book is fantastic From beginning to end I m not sure how it could have been better

Summary The Hawks of Kamalon An Interplanetary Adventure

Niverse to steal German munitions while a particularly nasty Nazi colonel chases them halfway across the countryThen there's Nygol the Krete warlord who has sworn to kill slowly if possible all these offworld motherless creaturesAnd there's the homicidal traitor in the Azran court at Kamalon If it wasn't for the reward and the women who stole their hearts they probably wouldn't have stayedThis novel was a number one nationally best selling book for Books In Motion Audio Boo Highest praises for another brilliant adventure by Michael ReisigA talented and elite group a mixed team of American and British WWII fighter pilots volunteered for a special mission to bomb a German production plant are surprised en route at five thousand feet above Earth as a curious haze of fog appears before them With no time to maneuver around it they are sucked through into another world of emerald skies beautiful people and nations divided by conflictWith a war waging and a people in desperate need of their skills British Suadron Leader Robert Carlson and American Captain Ross Murdock lead their men in a fight against the violent Krete people to defend the peaceable Azrans In this new world the men will find love loss friendship and a new destiny for themselvesThe Hawks of Kamalon is a uniue blend of the spiritual western and eastern cultures and science fiction Star Trek comes to mind that all come together to form this masterfully written fun readMichael Reisig shows us his remarkable skill and imagination as a writer as he weaves another fascinating tale with high flying engaging characters and a thrilling page turning plot His attention to detail and ability to engage the reader is perfection The Hawks of Kamalon is a gripping must read book for all ages In my opinion it s the best of all his books


About the Author: Michael Reisig

Michael Reisig has been writing professionally for 15 years He is a former newspaper editor and publisher an award winning columnist and a best selling novelist He is the author of six novels His works have been optioned for motion pictures sold to overseas publishers and produced in CD audio and e book format He has been featured in magazines such as Writer's Digest and Southern Livin