An Iranian fighter jet flies high above the Line of Control, which marks the contested border between Indian and Pakistan. The airplane appears to be in trouble. The pilot seems to have a problem with the craft’s flight control surfaces. Smoke trails behind its port engine. Apparetly it does not have the ability to emit any electronic signals and is unable to fire its missiles if required to do so.
An enemy aircraft, smelling blood and sensing an easy combat victory closes in for the easy kill.
Sometimes, appearances can be deceiving.
“Love the air combat scenes by Austin C”
“Mar” provides a fun insight into a topic rarely covered, the personal life of Iranian pilots. The story starts off with an action-packed scene and then shows the daily desires and needs of an Iranian hero. The last few pages build up to some sort of ominous event. I’ll definitely be picking up the 3rd book!
While this book is short, it will make you feel a variety of emotions. From combat to boring military proceedings, you’ll get a unique perspective of Iranian military life.