Leviathan

Leviathan is a fascinating ride with a young pilot through the British skies during World War I. The thoughts of the pilot flash back and forth from his BE2 single engine biplane, to his mission, to events from his past. He’s chasing a Zeppelin, the Leviathan that has come to invade his country and attack its people.

The author’s description of flying the World War I era biplane was so meticulous and detailed that I felt like I was in the cockpit of the plane, learning to fly. At the same time it was filled with emotion. The pilot’s thoughts flashing back and forth from his plane and his surroundings to events from his life seemed so real to me. 

I was completely impressed by the author’s ability to transport us into this plane and into this pilot’s emotions and experiences. I would highly recommend this for anyone interested in World War I historical fiction or aviation, or anyone who just wants to read a great story. 

I downloaded a copy of this novella on Kindle Unlimited, where members can read it for free.

Visit Warbird Aviation to see pictures of a BE2

Visit Military-History.org to see pictures of a German Zeppelin

Malcolm Havard is an Indie author who has written a hidden gem in my opinion. I highly recommend you check out his work.

Link to Leviathan by Malcolm Havard on Amazon

Link to Malcolm Havard’s Website

Link to My Goodreads Review

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