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May 1st, 2011, 8:43 am
The History of Flight by Gary Jeffrey
Requirements: CBR reader, 71 Mb
Overview: Fresh on the scene, the Rose line of Graphic novels, Graphica, is a remarkable line up of reader friendly books.

One of their new imprints, "The History of Flight" by Gary Jeffrey, tells a remarkable story. Mankinds' quest for flight has inspired mythology and science since Icarus took to the air in his wings of wax. Jeffrey's book includes a short point form history and discussion of aero development. Rare photographs accompany the salient factoids.

The real highight of the book is the illustrated story of the Wright Brothers, Charles Lindbergh, and the thrilling shattering of the sound barrier by Chuck Yaeger in the Bell X-1. While short, they represent the best that American aerospace research has to offer. The art is nothing short of excellent, and will charm any readers.

As a book however, it is aimed at the American audience. Other than early French developments, the book does ignore any modern European developments like the Russain Mig.

The glossary is useful, and while the book comes in at 48 pages total, it serves only as an introduction to the elaborate world of aircraft and ongoing story of flight.
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May 1st, 2011, 8:43 am
May 1st, 2011, 10:29 am
Sound barrier breaking release, Zach, thanks! Rewarded 8 WRZ$. Category: Comics.

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May 1st, 2011, 10:29 am

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