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Impossible Target

A Flying Adventure
Written by: Mark Wade
Narrated by: John Sipple
Length: 14 hrs and 26 mins

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Publisher's Summary

Air raid on New York City. This is not a drill. 

December 1943. The momentum of the Second World War has shifted in favor of the Allies, and American confidence in the security situation has soared in the past few months. City lights and radio stations are back on across the East Coast as normalcy has returned to America.

While Germany may be down, though, it isn’t out, and the Luftwaffe has developed the technology to get Nazi Germany back in the war. Operating from secret bases in occupied Norway, Hitler’s Luftwaffe is about to launch their new heavy bombers against the mainland United States.

Unprepared for an attack on its homeland, only a limited number of air and naval units are available to react to the surprise attack on America’s most valuable asset - its will to fight.

It’s a race against time, with the fate of New York City hanging in the balance. You’ll experience breathtaking action and historical drama as the American homeland is attacked for the first time since 1812 by a foreign power. Can the Americans stop the German bombers before they release their weapons, or will the German forces fight their way through and destroy their impossible target?

©2018 Mark Wade (P)2019 Mark Wade

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  • Salvador
  • 2019-05-11

How to fly a ww2 plane

most of the book includes step by step instructions on flying a plane. The author's boring narrative anytime a character handles any equipments will bore you when a switch is thrown or a gauge is observed.

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  • Wanpakumono
  • 2019-04-29

Left me hanging

At least resolve a few things before you end the book. Also, there was too much pilot procedure for every flight. It got repetitive.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2019-04-01

An unexpected entertainment!

Way more to this novel than intimated at first glance. The ending was totally unexpected!

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  • Rayc
  • 2019-03-18

Alternative History

Impossible Target: A Flying Adventure. If you like alternative histories then this might be for you.,
You'll either love it or hate it on all four counts
Writing style, story content, narration and an open end.
Me I loved it and at over 14 hours long I thought it was finished too soon I want more in this line.
I hope the slightly open end means there'll be a followup.
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  • Rebecca Azizov
  • 2019-03-02

I want it is a movie

this book was very very good it was long and parts it was too long but I do understand the need of the length and the things that happened in the story but I am imagining this book as a very very good movie I liked it a lot the narrator was fantastic and everything about the book was very good
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