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4.03  ·  Rating Details ·  58 Ratings  ·  10 Reviews
A small squadron of British and American aircraft depart at dawn on a top secret, long-range strike into the heart of Germany, but as they cross the English Channel, the squadron vanishes.You're about to be introduced to a band of reluctant heroes: a motley group of brawlers, rovers, and pretenders -- British and American fighter pilots -- champions, one and all, for a ...more
Paperback, 436 pages
Published May 1st 1999 by Write Way Publishing
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Ashley E
Dec 24, 2015 Ashley E rated it really liked it
The Hawks of Kamalon is a fantastic adventure to another world. Ten unsuspecting men are chosen from WWII pilots to be heroes on a planet across the universe. The first few chapters are a slow start, but once the engine is revved, this book doesn't stop until it's over.

Dropped into a foreign people and a war they don't have anything to do with, these pilots are anxious to get back home and to their own important mission back on Earth. Unfortunately, they're stuck for the time being, until the Az
Stanley McShane
Feb 20, 2015 Stanley McShane rated it it was amazing
The Hawks of Kamalon are the implacable combination of eight British and American planes of the 51 Squadron who've left WWII torn England on a deadly mission to Germany and are transported in the channel to a world light years away into another do-or-die battle on an alien planet. The "Hawks" bring with them their Spitfires and P51's and are quickly embroiled in a fight only Michael Reisig could make authentic and heart-thumpingly lively with empathetic characters too real and charismatic to ...more
Arkansas Book Reviewer
Highest praises for another brilliant adventure by Michael Reisig.

A talented and elite group, a mixed team of American and British WWII fighter pilots – “volunteered” for a special mission to bomb a German production plant – are surprised en route, at five-thousand feet above Earth, as a curious haze of fog appears before them. With no time to maneuver around it, they are sucked through into another world of emerald skies, beautiful people and nations divided by conflict.

With a war waging and a
May 01, 2014 Bob rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
The Hawks of Kamalon are members of a joint British and American special flight of fighters and bombers flying on a raid to Germany in WWII. When they fly into a fog bank they encounter strange sights and turbulence before finding themselves flying over a unknown ocean and landing to great crowds and applause in world light years away from Earth. They have been brought there in the hopes they can help repel an anticipated invasion by the other civilization on the planet. The island nation where ...more
Wayne Stinnett
Jan 23, 2014 Wayne Stinnett rated it it was amazing
While I don't usually read books in the sci/fi fantasy genre, the idea behind this one really caught my eye. A group of WWII fighter and bomber pilots transported across the galaxy to help an enlightened society fight evil. I've read several of Reisig's Caribbean action/adventure books, so delving into an interplanetary action novel written by him seemed right. I'm glad I did. Reisig's ability to describe places and events, even on another planet, is parallel to no other. This book had me from ...more
Bill Sullivan
Jan 11, 2014 Bill Sullivan rated it it was amazing
The Hawks of Kamalon by Michael Reisig was won in a Goodreads giveaway. By the end of the first chapter I was hooked. The story follows a group of World War 2 pilots who a transported to another world to be the saviors of a peaceful human society at War with another despotic kingdom. The action is constant. The characters are interesting. I have always had a weak spot for alternate history and stories that involve a group of Earthlings coming to the rescue. This story did just that for me. It is ...more
May 12, 2014 Lucy rated it it was amazing
wow! what a trip, literally & figuratively
pilots in WWII start off on a bombing mission to Germany & end up on another planet, brought there by a peaceful people who need to fight off an evil enemy they are not spiritually & physically able to resist
this grabs you with the action, the characters, and the lessons for our planet
William E Whetstone
Moves right along!

action packed, but with quite a left lean. ignore it and you have a wonderful read. I got over it.
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Michael Reisig has been writing professionally for 15 years. He is a former newspaper editor and publisher, an award-winning columnist, and a best-selling novelist.

He is the author of six novels. His works have been optioned for motion pictures, sold to overseas publishers, and produced in CD, audio, and e-book format. He has been featured in magazines such as Writer's Digest and Southern Living
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