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The Flying Legion

George Allan England

"The Flying Legion" is an interesting journey novel penned by way of George Allan England. Set in the aftermath of World War I, the tale follows the exploits of flier Jimmie Dale and his comrades as they shape a daring institution called the Flying Legion. Faced with the rise of a tyrannical dictator within the fictional European U. S. Of Asturia, Dale and his team embark on a perilous venture to thwart the oppressive regime. As they navigate via treacherous landscapes and engage in aerial combat, the Flying Legion will become a beacon of wish for the oppressed populace, inspiring them to upward thrust against their oppressors. Alongside the exhilarating action sequences, the unconventional explores issues of braveness, loyalty, and the resilience of the human spirit inside the face of adversity. Through vivid prose and compelling characters, England crafts an enthralling narrative that captures the essence of heroism and sacrifice amidst the turmoil of conflict and political upheaval.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Double 9 Books
  • Publish Date: Feb 1st, 2024
  • Pages: 314
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 8.50in - 5.50in - 0.70in - 0.88lb
  • EAN: 9789361428920
  • Categories: Action & AdventureRomance - GeneralWar & Military

About the Author

England, George Allan: - George Allan England was an American author and traveler who lived from February 9, 1877, to June 26, 1936. He was best known for his science fiction and fantasy writing. Afterwards, he ran unsuccessfully for Governor of Maine after going to Harvard University. England believed in socialism, and a lot of his writings are about that idea. Nebraska is where England was born. He got his Bachelor of Arts (A.B.) and Master of Arts (M.A.) degrees from Harvard University. On the ticket of the Socialist Party of America, he ran for Governor of Maine in 1912. He got 2,081 votes, or 1.47%, which put him in third place in that race. There is a story that England went missing while on a treasure hunt, but he actually died in a hospital in New Hampshire. England mostly wrote in New York and Maine during his work. A lot of his writings are about socialism. England's work has been influenced by writers like H. G. Wells, Jack London, and Algernon Blackwood. His short story "The Thing from-"Outside"" was first published in Hugo Gernsback's magazine Science and Invention. In April 1926, it was repeated in the first issue of Amazing Stories, which was the first science fiction magazine.