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Hurtling Wings

Hurtling Wings

by L. Ron Hubbard

Narrated by R.F. Daley, Eric Matheny, Bob Caso, Jim Meskimen

Unabridged — 1 hours, 51 minutes

L. Ron Hubbard

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Overview

Speed Kyle is a master-builder of the hottest, fastest planes around. Cal Bradley's a daredevil test pilot who pushes those planes to the limit. Add in Speed's blond bombshell daughter who fears that Cal will go too far-and you've got a winner.

And as far as Speed and Cal are concerned, winning is everything. Speed's company is bleeding cash, and they need money quick. They're competing in the upcoming National Air Meet, and to the victor goes the spoils-some extremely lucrative contracts.

But there's sabotage in the air and love on the ground-and together they make a very volatile mix. If you love fast planes, fast action and unforgettable women, grab onto Hurtling Wings and hold on for dear life.



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Cattle King for a Day: "Jim Meskiman, Michael Yurchak & R. F. Daley. This audio-book could easily be made into a film by Leonard DeCaprio. Really lends itself. The rich text sounds authentic and brings the listener into the old west and the lawlessness of environs. Amazing how L. Ron could see with his typewriter the quality of all that was wild and tough to stomach. The voices enacted the audio play and perhaps denote Gregory Peck as judge impression. Kind of surprised by colorful language. But if not from L. Ron then it’s just real talk for cowboys. All in all a nice distraction for a long drive (about two hours running time) or for those who need a book read to ‘em."

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One of the highlights of the end of Summer is the receipt of the new WOTF volume. This year’s collection is another vast array of topics and styles. My favorites are as varied as the topics. There is something here for everyone and there is plenty here to give you extremely good value for your hard earned buck. Start out your harvest season with this cornucopia of great reading.

Midwest Book Review

On the Writers of the Future and The Stories from the Golden Age--Four of their new audio book titles, brilliantly showcasing Hubbard's storytelling talents, are "Cattle King For A Day" (9781592123650, $9.95) which was originally published in the March 1937 issue of "All Western Magazine", also includes the backup short 'Come And Get It' a; "All Frontiers Are Jealous" (9781592123384, $9.95), originally published in the June 1937 issue of "Five-Novels Monthly" and is an action/adventure yarn about establishing the Anglo-Egyptian Railroad while rescuing a fair young maiden from evil whites and dangerous native tribesmen; "The Trail Of The Red Diamonds" (9781592123261, $9.95) originally published in the January 1935 issue of "Thrilling Adventures" and which (along with the backup short story 'Hurricane's Roar" is set in China); and "Hurtling Wings" (9781592123032, $9.95) offering an aviation oriented action/adventure in an era of 'wooden planes and iron men'. Each of these of these outstanding audio books are two hour productions characterized by talented multi-cast performances, which are enhanced with impressive special effects and thematic music. Flawless technical recordings, each and every one of these very special audio books provides the listener with a true 'theatre of the mind' experience

Product Details

BN ID: 2940170173396
Publisher: Galaxy Press, LLC
Publication date: 11/15/2019
Series: Golden Age Stories
Edition description: Unabridged

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