I red this series in the late 80's & early 90's, still have some of the books. I have chosen to read most of the series thru this book on my Kinkle Fire HDX since I find reading in a dark room at night w/o a light are major positive. Back to the book & all books of the series, I greatly enjoyed reading Hawk Hunter's lastest endeavor. I am probably a big-old 64 year old boy but when I found the 'Wingman' series in the Kinkle store, I bought several & then realized that I needed to start with book one. I am not going to review each of the books thru book eight. If you get to wondering about what happened in WWIII which created the Hawk Hunter we know & love then read book seven since it tells the story of how Hunter evolved into the force that he is. Each book is excellent in its own way since it tells a different story but are interconnected with events in the previous books. As I said book seven in the prequel that creates Hunter & a stand alone book. As it is obvious, I am a major Wingman fan & seriously recommend 'Wingman' series for all between 8 to 90+.