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📒Wings Of Ice ✍ Jeff Maynard
✏Wings of Ice Book Summary : Looks at the events and controversy surrounding the exploration of the North Pole by George H. Wilkins, Richard Byrd, and Roald Amundsen.
📒Wings Of Ice ✍ G. Bailey
✏Wings of Ice Book Summary : Four Dragon Guards. Three Curses. Two Heirs. One Choice... Forbidden love or the throne of the dragons? Isola Dragice thought she knew what her future would bring. On her eighteenth birthday, she'd inherit the dragon throne, but one earth-shattering moment destroys everything. As war looms heavy over Dragca, Isola is catapulted out of her pretend human life and thrust into a world, she knows little of. One life-threatening accident, when she loses control of her dragon, ends up with the whole of Dragca academy hating her. When the four most powerful dragons in history are ordered to protect her, they find themselves with an awkward problem. Her family cursed them centuries ago, relegating them to slaves of the throne and they hate all royals. Especially an ice dragon princess with no control over her powers that can kill fire dragons. Which the whole school is full of. What happens when fire falls for Ice? 18+ **Reverse harem**
📒The Ice People 20 Wings Of The Raven ✍ Margit Sandemo
✏The Ice People 20 Wings of the Raven Book Summary : In a gloomy valley deep in the Transylvanian Alps there lay an isolated village and an imposing castle. Numerous men had lost their way when travelling there, and none had ever been seen again. When Heike Lind and his companions, Mira and Peter, arrived there they soon discovered that the villagers lived in a constant, paralysing state of fear – a fear that was somehow connected with the ladies who lived in the castle, the Princess Feodora and the stunningly beautiful Nicola …
✏Preliminary Report on Flight Tests of an Airplane Having Exhaust heated Wings Book Summary : Flights have been made with an airplane in icing conditions in order to test the effect of exhaust heat applied to the wings as a means of preventing ice formations. Other ice-prevention equipment, including an exhaust gas-heated pitot-static head, hot-air-heated windshield, and an inflatable de-icer of recent design, were also tested.
📒Wings Of Fire ✍ Jonathan Strahan
✏Wings of Fire Book Summary : Dragons: Fearsome fire-breathing foes, scaled adversaries, legendary lizards, ancient hoarders of priceless treasures, serpentine sages with the ages' wisdom, and winged weapons of war... Wings of Fire brings you all these dragons, and more, seen clearly through the eyes of many of today's most popular authors, including Peter Beagle, Holly Black, Orson Scott Card, Charles De Lint, Diana Wynne Jones, Mercedes Lackey, Ursula K Le Guin, Dean R Koontz, George R. R. Martin, Anne McCaffrey, Elizabeth Moon, Garth Nix, and many others.
📒The Beating Of His Wings ✍ Paul Hoffman
✏The Beating of His Wings Book Summary : Following the bestselling novels The Left Hand of God and The Last Four Things comes the final installment of Paul Hoffman’s stark, epic trilogy. Thomas Cale has been running from the truth…. Since discovering that his brutal military training has been for one purpose—to destroy God’s greatest mistake, mankind itself—Cale has been hunted by the very man who made him into the Angel of Death: Pope Redeemer Bosco. Cale is a paradox: arrogant and innocent, generous and pitiless. Feared and revered by those who created him, he has already used his breathtaking talent for violence and destruction to bring down the most powerful civilization in the world. But Thomas Cale’s soul is dying. As his body is racked with convulsions, he knows that the final judgment will not wait. As the day of reckoning draws close, Cale’s sense of vengeance leads him back to the heart of darkness—the Sanctuary—and to confront the person he hates most in the world….
📒Buffalo Wings ✍ Charles A. (Chuck) Hobbie
✏Buffalo Wings Book Summary : As World War II comes to an end in 1945, President Franklin D. Roosevelt dies in office. Throughout the country, the greatest generation mourns its leader. A spring snowstorm in Western New York inaugurates the cold war. Chuck Hobbie is just a boy, born on unlucky Friday, April 13th, but fortunate to be a child in Buffalo. As all Buffalonians know, it is not a dazzling city, unless the sparkle of winter snow and the shimmer of reflected summer lights from Erie and Niagara count. Likewise, the city's citizens, families, and teachers are unremarkable, unless resilience, friendships, and quiet, day-to-day hard work matter. Buffalo's children are not special at all, except that they were raised in Buffalo, amid the history of the Niagara Frontier, by people who cared for them and institutions that prepared them to fly. Buffalo's west side is where Chuck comes of age, but his childhood experiences range from there to New Hampshire's White Mountains, a farm in Lewiston, N.Y., Holloway Bay in Ontario, and Alaska's Brooks Range. Join Chuck as he recalls in Buffalo Wings the childhood family, friends, teachers, and experiences that shaped his life in the decades before the assassination of John F. Kennedy.
📒In Hostile Skies ✍ James M. Davis
✏In Hostile Skies Book Summary : James "Jim” Davis lived what he considered "an impossible dream” as he piloted a B-24, as part of the 8th Air Force, on nearly thirty missions in the European Theatre during World War II. In this memoir, Davis offers heart-wrenching detail concerning the difficulties of qualifying for the U.S. Army Air Forces pilot program, the strenuous nature of the pilot training program, the anxiety caused by a wartime marriage, and the dangers of flying combat missions over Nazi Germany. Few, if any, other memoirs provide the genuineness and honesty of his story. From his struggles to become a pilot, to seeing death up close on his first mission, to his expected deployment to the Pacific Theatre in the fall of 1945, Davis takes the reader through a fast-paced and exciting narrative adventure. Davis and his crew flew support missions for Operations Cobra and Market Garden and numerous bombing missions over occupied Europe in the summer and fall of 1944. He piloted his B-24 on missions over twenty German cities, including Cologne, Hamburg, Metz, and Munich, and attacked enemy airfields, airplane factories, railroad marshalling yards, ship yards, oil refineries, and chemical plants. While he and his crew survived without serious injuries, they witnessed the destruction of many of their friends’ planes and experienced serious damage to their own plane on several occasions. Readers of his memoir will come away with a much greater appreciation for the difficulties and dangers of the air war in World War II. David Snead happened upon the memoir and its author during his time at Texas Tech University. He was immediately hooked and began the process of preparing it for publication. Snead met with Davis on several occasions, examined his military records, researched in detail at the National Archives, and investigated numerous published sources in order to corroborate the account and add explanatory notes for context.
📒Aviation Safety ✍ Gerald L. Dillingham
✏Aviation Safety Book Summary : Ice formation on aircraft can disrupt the smooth flow of air over the wings and prevent the aircraft from taking off or decrease the pilot's ability to maintain control of the aircraft. Takeoff and landing operations can also be risky in winter weather. Despite persistent efforts by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and others to mitigate icing risks, icing remains a serious concern. This report reviewed: (1) the extent to which commercial airplanes have experienced accidents and incidents related to icing; (2) FAA's inspection and enforcement activities related to icing; (3) the efforts of FAA and others to improve safety in winter weather; and (4) the challenges that continue to affect aviation safety in winter weather. Includes recommendations. Tables.
📒Northward Over The Great Ice ✍ Robert E. Peary
✏Northward Over the Great Ice Book Summary : First published in 1898, Robert Peary's two-volume memoir of Arctic exploration recounts his early expeditions in Greenland.