from the Stars, a Pathfinder's
THE WEST AUSTRALIAN
The voice and a miracle escape from the crash of a burning
in England - the impact of these experiences has been told in
factual account. But the observations are poignant. This is a book of
AIR COMMODORE PETER CRIBB CBE DSO
DFC RAF (dec)
Ms LY BENNETT (Patron
of Pathfinder's Association)
I am particularly impressed. There is more to this book than
reminiscences of an old war-horse. It is a moving story of endurance,
and warmth that will enchant readers of all ages.
Many congratulations, your book is fascinating and so vividly
Nor did I find the book too technical which can so often be a problem
readers. The drawings are enchanting. I felt I was in the cockpit with
you experiencing those many hazardous situations.
AEROSPACE (Royal Aeronautical Society)
Something completely different. It answers many questions
people ask fifty years after the event. Clearly the author and his
were not supermen. Some of them had the courage to say enough is enough.
D BROOK (Yorkshire UK)
I saw the author's aircraft crashing only a few hundred yards
where I was born. My mate and I sneaked into the wreckage late in the
and got pieces of of it.
LORNA DAVEY (Western Australia)
I've just completed reading 'Voice from the Stars' and I seem
be walking on cloud nine; perhaps one of the clouds mentioned in such
exciting book, so difficult to put down.
STEWART DINNEN (Tasmania)
I don't know when I've enjoyed a book so much. It was great
written in such an excellent style. The grasp of detail amazed me and I
hope it won't be too long before the sequel is written.
H BOSVELD (Holland)
Thank you for writing your book in such a way I can understand
stress and tension you flyers went through. I have found it so
I have requested our local library to get a copy.
DEBBIE C (Western Australia)
I felt I was reading about my father in your book and it
He never talked to me about his wartime experiences and now I
An autobiography of rare candour, outlining the thoughts and
of a pathfinder pilot and his crew.
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<Halifax Bomber photo from the collection
WA Division Aviation Heritage Museum of Western Australia>