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on June 17, 2018
I really enjoyed reading this book. The main characters were introduced in the previous thriller "Glideslope" which readers should probably read first. This book had all the tickets punched for a good thriller and included a very realistic description of the big annual aviation event at Oshkosh, WI. The only technical problem which the author blew was a disregard for the payload limits for light-sport and ultralight aircraft. In the real world light-sport aircraft cannot really lift three adults and ultralights cannot lift two. Fortunately this error really doesn't detract from the excellent story.
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on June 17, 2018
This was my first Max Fend novel, and I loved it. Plenty of action and flying, but I do wish that one crash victim survived. Other than that tiny glitch the story was great and the writing very good. I am looking forward to reading more of Max and his adventures in the near future. Keep them coming please!
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on June 20, 2018
I love this book, so well written, I have to admit I thought I had it figured out. But the twists and turns kept me reading page after page. I couldn't put it down. I love how it made my breath short and the excitement run through me. I love it as I said. Andrew Watts is a great writer.
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on July 12, 2018
This is the second novel I read by Andrew Watts - first one was Glidepath - which was also an excellent read. You get re-introduced to the same characters in this novel as well as some new ones and even if you never read Glidepath - Oshkosh Connection is a stand alone read but I recommend you also read Glidepath because it is very good! Very strong and exciting reads, could not put the books down. I pride myself in being a good sleuth but these stories had me guessing until the end - great twists and turns, love that you know who and Max are getting together. Looking forward to more Max Fend!
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on June 18, 2018
Great book, great read and seems like it was written just for me! Consider that I'll be at Oshkosh again this year and that I recently wen't for a ride in the Ford TriMotor! As a pilot, I need accuracy when flying and airplanes are discussed. Andrew gets it right. His images of the Oshkosh experience are accurate and are real to me but his plots are brilliant and unpredictable. I got hooked on "Glidepath", the first Andrew Watts book I read and I've gone on to read everything he has written. The War Planners series will hook you also..
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on June 9, 2018
Just finished this great book. You should read them order but, this is a stand alone story so you could read this one first if you want. Great characters and story line that will keep you guessing until the end. Can’t wait for the next book.
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on July 11, 2018
Thanks Andrew for a strong and scarily plausible plot. The action begins immediately and rarely slows down. It's a good ride and I didn't want to put the book down. That doesn't happen often enough for me and it was refreshing. A definite great read.Keep them coming.
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on July 13, 2018
I have read all of Andrew Watts books. I enjoyed The Oshkosh Connection but it was not his best work. Plot was fairly predictable and characters did not develop much since last Max Fend book. Still worth reading and wish Andrew all the best with future projects. Waiting for the next War Planners book.
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on June 18, 2018
Not surprising to anyone who has read this author's writing, The Oshkosh Connection by Andrew Watts is a great story. I very much enjoyed it and am looking forward to more of his works in the future.
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on June 18, 2018
Once again Watts connects the dots between seemingly unrelated headlines. Reminds me of the early Robert Ludlum books. I also like the way he applies cutting edge computer technology to the story - an education in itself. Story is fast paced. Aviation related aspects correct and interesting to aviation and non aviation people.
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