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June 09, 2009

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Lizzie

This isn't a science book, but it's a great read, and provides lots of details about the world of flying in the post WWII era. It's "His Edge," by Wayne Harding, and it's semi-autobiographical. Flight buffs will like all the information about flying and design and manufacturing of the planes (and the great scenes from the cockpit), and those interested in simply a good story get that as well.

Lizzie

I can't tell that the link worked, that I tried to provide for the "His Edge" flying book. Here's the website, if it didn't: http://www.hisedgethebook.com/

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