Nadezdah “Little Boar” Buzina, a young pilot with the Red Army’s 586th all-female fighter regiment, dreams of becoming an ace. Those dreams shatter when a dogfight leaves her severely burned and the sole survivor from her flight.
For the latter half of 1942, she struggles against crack Luftwaffe pilots, a vengeful political commissar, and a new addiction to morphine, all the while questioning her worth and purpose in a world beyond her control. It’s not until the Soviet counter-offensive at Stalingrad that she finds her unlikely answers, and they only come after she’s saved her mortal enemy’s life and fallen in love with the one who nearly kills her.
Praise from other best-selling authors:
“Nadya’s War tells the riveting story of a young woman’s journey as an ace fighter pilot in World War II, illuminating a long neglected chapter of history. Taylor provides a rich, engrossing narrative.” – Gregory A. Freeman, THE FORGOTTEN 500
“A dangerous aerial ballet of love, hate, pain and discovery, Nadya’s War takes the reader into skies that few have visited. This is a fresh book with twists and surprises throughout.” – LtCol (Ret) Jay A. Stout, HELL’S ANGELS
“Nadya’s War is a thrilling, moving fictional account of the Red Army’s 586th all-female fighter regiment. Taylor has obviously done his homework so this book will certainly appeal to enthusiasts of World War II’s aerial combat or anyone who loves well-written historical fiction.” – Kathryn Atwood, WOMEN HEROES OF WORLD WAR II: THE PACIFIC THEATER
Full Kirkus review here.