Harrys Ark David Newcomb


Published: July 22nd 2003

Kindle Edition

296 pages


Harrys Ark  by  David Newcomb

Harrys Ark by David Newcomb
July 22nd 2003 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 296 pages | ISBN: | 4.29 Mb

David Newcomb brings forty years of writing experience to this, his third novel.HARRYS ARK, A Novel of Ambition and TabooNewcombs novel tells the story of Harrys Ark, a revolutionary helicopter that, on its maiden flight, set a worlds record, and changed the lives of those who built it. But it also tells the story of the forbidden love between Don Perry and Patty Symms, between the pilot who was known as the Negro Lindbergh and the woman from Life who became involved in the story she only set out to report.

Ultimately, HARRYS ARK is about ambition and taboo, the courage to dare and the willingness to try.What Other Writers Have Been Saying About HARRYS ARKDavid Newcombs HARRYS ARK is a timeless and symbolic flight through dream and fulfillment, risk and love, opportunity and bias. Beautifully written, the novel is exciting to read. Martin Blumenson, author of PATTON: THE MAN BEHIND THE LEGEND and THE PATTON PAPERS.To sum it up cleanly, Newcomb gets it as a storyteller.

The words, the phrases, the drawing out of character, the pacing, the quirks of personality and the stakes faced by the inhabitants of his story are all as and where they should be. His words convey the weight of the story and the reader cares about what is happening. David Baldacci, #1 New York Times best-selling author.As much as this story is about aviation in the years following WWII, it is even more a story of men and women.

The struggle for personal growth made the story gripping and immediate, for the characters are, each, balanced at an edge. David Edmonston, author of A SPIRITUAL QUEST.

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