Gods of Tin: The Flying Years
James Salter is considered one of America's greatest prose stylists. The Arm of Flesh (later revised and retitled Cassada) and his first novel, The Hunters, are legendary in military circles for their descriptions of flying and aerial combat. A former Air Force pilot who flew F-86 fighters in Korea, Salter writes with matchless insight about the terror and exhilaration of the pilot's life.
James Salter is considered one of America's greatest prose stylists. A former Air Force pilot who flew F-86 fighters in Korea, Salter writes with matchless insight about the terror and exhilaration of the pilot's life.
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- James Salter(Author) Jessica Benton(Editor) William Benton(Editor)
- Counterpoint; Reprint edition (24 Nov. 2005)
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