By W E Johns
Adventures with remarkable flying machines!
It's the 1st global conflict and Biggles is simply 17. The planes are primitive; wrestle strategies are non-existent; the one kind of verbal exchange for pilots and their gunners is by means of hand indications. they're reliant at the ability in their fellow group, their wit and, mainly else, bravery.
In opposed enemy skies, the place intuition and speedy reactions are every little thing, Biggles needs to learn how to be a true fighter pilot, or die…but does he have what it takes?
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He couldn't speak. `You didn't? You ought to have seen those—there must have been more than a dozen of ' em. ' muttered Biggles weakly. ' `That's just what he was doing,' observed Mark dryly. E. after a short test flight and glanced in the direction of the sheds, where Mabs and the rest of the flight were standing watching him. A week had elapsed since his first never-to-be-forgotten flight over the Lines. He had done at least one patrol every day since, and was already beginning to feel that he was an old hand at the game.
They are all wrong. Without the slightest shadow of doubt the most dismal spot on the face of the earth is that depressing railway terminus known as Newhaven Quay, on the south coast of England, where the passenger for the Continent gets out of a train, walks across a platform, and steps on to the cross-Channel boat. At normal times it is bad enough, but during the First World War it was hard to find words to describe it. So thought Biggles, who crouched rather than sat on a kit-bag in a corner of the platform.
Biggles moved uneasily and seemed to sink a little lower into the greatcoat that enveloped him. He did not even move when another isolated figure emerged slowly from the pillar behind which it had been sheltering from the icy blast, and stopped close by. `Miserable business, this messing about doing nothing,' observed the newcomer. His voice sounded almost cheerful, and it may have been this quality that caused Biggles to look up. ' he exclaimed bitterly. 'It's awful. There isn't a word bad enough for it.
Biggles Learns to Fly by W E Johns