Neat Concept - Well Executed
"Kim Kinrade seems to have a good grasp of Canadian history and weave the accurate facts together with the fictional tale nicely. This was a good read - well written. The only thing that Kim needs is a good editor....the book had numerous spelling errors that made you go and re-read the paragraph again just to make sense of it".
Zooming Through History
"Elements within this novel reminded me of the aviation pulp fictions magazines of the 30's and 40's that I read as a child. Improbable meetings with world figures on the aerial field of combat with the protagonist besting the best of the best, time after time. Really just as the foundation of pulp fiction that makes no pretense to historical accuracy.
Clearly the author likes flying, but does come up a bit short in some of his aviation knowledge. Messerschmitt should not have been so frequently misspelled, and the author really should check out the composition of Spitfire propellers.
On the whole, I found Millennium Man to be an enjoyable and light read for flying and non-flying enthusiasts alike".