Many reviews say that they can't write much about this World War II novel since it would be giving too much away, so I'll go along with that. However, except for one twist (and even that isn't very surprising), the plot events are not that difficult to guess. Many lines give clues to the eagle-eyed reader about what they can expect later on in the story. Readers should also anticipate a lot of flight terminology that can be confusing after awhile.
I think this is one of those books that I'll say "It's not you, it's me." I am definitely in the minority on Goodreads to give it an average rating, but I've read much better World War II books (Sarah's Key especially).
MY RATING - 3