A young fighter pilot's action-packed account of some of the fiercest battles of WWI - fought, for the first time, thousands of feet above the ground.
Paul Townend has wanted to be a pilot ever since he saw his first plane. So as soon as he turns nineteen, he leaves his farm near Winnipeg to join the Royal Naval Air Service. Within months of enlisting, he is engaging in dogfights over France and the English Channel, including a skirmish with the infamous Red Baron.
When Paul returns home to Canada, he's shaken by his experiences but proud of what he and the other pilots have achieved.
Packed with nail-biting, high-flying action and fascinating insights into the early days of aerial warfare, Fire in the Sky is sure to be the new favourite of young history buffs and adventure-lovers alike.