Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Airwolf: Airstrikes - A Review

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Mike Baron, Jeff Mariotte, Marc Andreyko, Barbara Kesel,

Rob Worley, Marc Bernardin, and Adam Freeman

A Review

Airwolf was on TV in the midst of the Cold War - and it served to stir up the worries of world that faced a big red enemy half a world away. Now, in the 21st century, Airwolf returns; but fighting different enemies.

Today the enemies are in the Mideast, the far east, and in the midst of our own CIA. Hawke, Santini and other are again joined together to use the one-of-a-kind helicopter to fight these new enemies while being just as cryptic and dangerous to the very ones who would destroy those finding their way in the new century.

Having enjoyed the old Airwolf, I found the half-dozen or so stories found in this collection inviting - though occasionally a bit uneven (given the multiple authors), as a whole the stories are still exciting and fun. Danger is always around the corner. And like any good soap opera, the story ends with a cliffhanger. It may not be the cold war, but we still live in a dangerous world and Airwolf and the men who support her are there to fight that war.  

This review is based on a free electronic copy provided by the publisher for the purpose of creating this review.  The opinions expressed are my own.

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