✓ Ebook FirefoxBy Craig Thomas – groundhogwalking.co.uk

Firefox THE MACHINE The Soviet Mig 31, codenamed Firefox. A thought controlled, terrifyingly lethal warplane capable of ruling the Western skies.THE MAN His name is Gant, an obsessed renegade American pilot His Control Kenneth Aubrey of Great Britain His plan infiltrate the shadowy worldwide KGB network and make his way into the Soviet Union His job steal Firefox. New Download Firefox [ author ] Craig Thomas [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – groundhogwalking.co.uk

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  1. I remember my birthday in 1982 for 2 main reasons as a 14 year old I was dismayed to find out that I would have to wait until Christmas to see E.T and that the much anticipated Firefox premiere missed my birthday by a month Then my Father pulled out a surprise present and encouraged me to take it up the garden to open on my own usually an indication of it being something my mother would disapprove of There In the dappled sunlight under the willow tree I unwrapped Craig Thomas Fir I remember my birthday in 1982 for 2 main reasons as a 14 year old I was dismayed to find out that I would have to wait until Christmas to see E.T and that the much anticipated Firefox premiere missed my birthday by a month Then my Father pulled out a surprise present and encouraged me to take it up the garden to open on my own usually an indication of it being something my mother would disapprove of There In the dappled sunlight under the willow tree I unwrapped Craig Thomas Firefox And read it spellbound until the fading light would a...

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  3. I was a kid when I read this book and am giving it 4 stars because being a young na ve child of the Cold War, it was exciting and certainly showed us putting on over on the bad guys Those to young to remember need to recall this was in the bad old USSR days before Gorby and Glasnost the time of the show The Americans I suppose if I reread it now, it would sink into ignominy like the other books I read as a young reactionary WASP growing up in the slowing latinified Miami of the TV show Mia I was a kid when I read this book and am giving it 4 stars because being a young na ve child of the Cold War, it was exciting and certainly showed us putting on over on the bad guys Those to young to remember need to recall this was in the bad old USSR days before Gorby and Glasnost t...

  4. Craig Thomas is only scantly mentioned when people talk about the techno thriller genre, but he definitely should be mentioned along side the likes of Robert Ludlum and Tom Clancy Firefox is written in a very particular, almost staccato, style that can be a little ...

  5. It must have been the cover that sold me on this book, because it wasn t my usual cup of tea I was still an Agatha Christie mystery reader for the most part, back then.But I loved this book Back when the US was still in the Cold War with the USSR, the idea that Russia had an aircraft so far superior to anything we had or could possibly conceive of, and could blast any plane we had out of the sky was a scary and realistic thought The idea to sneak a pilot into the Russia base, and steal the It must have been the cover that sold me on this book, because it wasn t my usual cup of tea I was still an Agatha Christie mystery reader for the most part, back then.But I loved this book Back when the US was still in the Cold War with the USSR, the...

  6. En su estilo y en su tiempo, una peque a joya Aunque ha llovido desde entonces G nero Ciencia Ficci n aunque sea por poco Lo que nos cuenta Cuando la URSS desarrolla un cazabombardero invisible al radar, que supera Match 5 y que tiene un sistema de armamento guiado por impulsos neuronales, los servicios de inteligencia occidentales m s potentes son conscientes del desequilibrio de fuerzas que supone el nuevo avi n y trazan un plan para hacerse con uno de los dos prototipos existentes, i En su estilo y en su tiempo, una peque a joya Aunque ha llovido desde entonces G n...

  7. Having seen the movie prior I had some idea about the story line of course, the movie, while definitely enjoyable, didn t do the book full justice The character of Gant seemed to be quite flat in the film, while here you felt his emotionsHis troubled past seemed to play a larger role and gave you and insight into how he ticked The technical aspect were well done they were detailed, but not too detailed to the point where a person would be out of their element and become lost or bored Having seen the movie prior I had some idea about the story line of course, the movie, while definitely enjoyable, didn t do the book full justice The character of Gant seemed to be quite flat in the film, while here you felt his emotionsHis troubled past seemed to play a larger role and gave you and insight into how he ticked The technical aspect were we...

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  9. Very good book It is a cold war spy thriller where Gant is recruited to steel the Russian Mig 31 plane called Firefox.

  10. Ah this takes me back to my youth yes I know back in the days when the world was black and white and sepia and scratchy down the edges but seriously this book has a lot of history with me back in the early days of my reading I was still exploring what I could read and what I enjoyed reading Now my father used to have the Readers Digest condensed editions and I remember flicking through them They used to have colour pictures in them to entice readers to them and I remember stumbling acros Ah this takes me back to my youth yes I know back in the days when the world was black and white and sepia and scratchy down the edges but seriously this book has a lot of history with me back in the early days of my reading I was still exploring what I could read and what I enjoyed reading Now my father used to have the Readers Digest condensed editions and I remember flicking through them They used to have colour pictures in them to entice readers to them and I remember stumbling across one by Craig Thomas Well this was about the time of the film with Clint Eastwood and well one thing led to another and I remember reading this book in record time Now years later I have found my Craig Thomas stash ok it found me ...