Fata Morgana by Steven R. Boyett

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Readers need to know that this will not be the type of HEA romance we enjoy reading here. Instead my rec of this book would be more for the military aspects. The framework of the plot presents an interesting view of time and a bittersweet love found, lost and – maybe – ultimately found again.
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At the height of the air war in Europe, Captain Joe Farley and the baseball-loving, wisecracking crew of the B-17 Flying Fortress Fata Morgana are in the middle of a harrowing bombing mission over East Germany when everything goes sideways. The bombs are still falling and flak is still exploding all around the 20-ton bomber as it is knocked like a bathtub duck into another world.

Suddenly stranded with the final outcasts of a desolated world, Captain Farley navigates a maze of treachery and wonder -- and finds a love seemingly decreed by fate -- as his bomber becomes a pawn in a centuries-old conflict between remnants of advanced but decaying civilizations. Caught among these bitter enemies, a vast power that has brought them here for its own purposes, and a terrifying living weapon bent on their destruction, the crew must use every bit of their formidable inventiveness and courage to survive.

Fata Morgana -- the epic novel of love and duty at war across the reach of time.
 

About Steven R. Boyett

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Steven R. Boyett sold his first novel at twenty-one and went on to publish novels, short stories, feature screenplays, and comic books. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife.
 
Published June 13, 2017 by Blackstone Publishing. 328 pages
Genres: History, War, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction
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Reviewed by Jayne on Jun 15 2017

Readers need to know that this will not be the type of HEA romance we enjoy reading here. Instead my rec of this book would be more for the military aspects. The framework of the plot presents an interesting view of time and a bittersweet love found, lost and – maybe – ultimately found again.

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