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Stephen Coonts' first novel—Flight of the Intruder—was a smash bestseller that spent over six months on the New York Times bestseller list and has became. It is from A-6 pilot Jake Grafton and his actions during this cruise. . My first Stephen Coonts book was Flight of the Intruder, and I really enjoyed it, so I've read.

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He was even in the same squadron and might have flown some of the exact same planes as my dad. Unfortunately, I can't get my dad to read it or see the movie, due to his as yet unresolved personal issues with his experience. As a result of his beliefs, he quit after flying nine combat missions.

What is so personally interesting to me is that the aut This was interesting to me because it was written by and based on the combat experiences of the author who did exactly what my father did in Vietnam. What is so personally interesting to me is that the author displays in his character the exact same political conflict and the resulting inner turmoil as my father has described his to me.

The way the character resolves this personal crisis would be to my father, I believe, cathartic and satisfying. Jul 04, Michael rated it liked it.

Having served with an A-6A squadron aboard an aircraft carrier during that time, I can attest to the authenticity of the colorful experiences described both in and out of combat. When I returned home from my tour on an aircraft carrier in I thought I'd like to write a book about my experiences there some Very good Viet Nam War era novel of love and combat for A-6A naval aviators.

When I returned home from my tour on an aircraft carrier in I thought I'd like to write a book about my experiences there some day but Coonts beat me to it and did a much better job than I could have ever done.

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The movie was a disapointment for me. Stephen Coonts was an A-6A aviator during that war. I don't know why, but I had expected more from Flight of the Intruder. I vaguely remembered the movie of this novel from the early 's and had the book sitting on my shelf, so I thought that I'd give it a read. Overall, it's not THAT bad, but it's not really that good either.

Flight of the Intruder falls smack dab in the middle-of-the-road category to me. The storyline is ok but fairly predictable. The characters really don't have a whole lot of depth and the dialog is really nothing to write I don't know why, but I had expected more from Flight of the Intruder. The characters really don't have a whole lot of depth and the dialog is really nothing to write home about. I wouldn't really recommend this book.

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However, there is a series of ten books following this character. Maybe it just struck me in the wrong way. I do own one other book in the series, Under Siege, so maybe I'll give it a try sometime and see if that changes my mind.

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In the meantime, I won't be holding my breath. May 28, Dustin rated it it was amazing. Easily one of my favorite novels. I'm a naval aviation fan boy as it is, but this book was written by a man that actually lived what he wrote about, much like Ian Flemming , and it shows.

The material is so well sourced and written that it's easy to follow, and the explanations for the technical aspects of the aircraft, carrier life, and tactics are easy for anyone to follow. As a pilot, I enjoyed being able to recognize a lot of the technical aspects as well, but that was really just for me.