BOOK REVIEW: The Devil with Wings by Ron L Hubbard

The Devil with WingsThe Devil with Wings by L. Ron Hubbard
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The pulp fiction writing style is ideal for a busy father of two 1/2 kids who happens to also be a doting happy husband with a professional career. The short chapters and fast-pace action keeps my literary appetite fed while neatly fitting into my busy and hectic schedule.

The Devil with Wings is about the mysterious and dark rebel, also known by the Japanese as Akuma-no-Hane’, who terrorizes the land of the rising sun with death and destruction. The devil wreaks havoc throughout Asia with his daring aerial maneuvers and cunning methods to stop the Japanese soldiers advances. However, standing in his way is a beautiful young girl who believes he murdered her only brother. The mysterious stranger must find a way to prove the lies are false and save the day without being killed.

Ron L Hubbard is a master storyteller whose own life coincidentally reads like one of his very own tales. From prolific writer, World War II officer, world traveler, explorer, to founder of the church of Scientology Mr. Hubbard was quite an extraordinary character.

The Golden age club offers 150 or more stories just like this in their collection. Check www.goldenagestories.com for an interesting way to stay involved with reading.

I received a copy of this book from the publisher for my un-biased and honest review.

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