Book Comparison

Compares two novels – “Flight of the Intruder” by Stephen Coonts and “The Pianist” by Wladyslaw Szpilman.

This paper provides an overview of the life of each of the authors and a description of the plot of the novel. It then provides a brief analysis of each of the books and concludes with comparing their similarities and differences.
“The author Stephen Coonts, born in 1946 is the writer of nine New York Times best selling novels, among which, the first was the classic dashing story was Flight of the Intruder. Being a former attorney and a naval aviator, Stephen Coonts during the Vietnam War flew war missions (Book Reporter, 2000).

“The book Flight of the Intruder is a fictional book but is about those warriors who go through the sufferings of war. Thus, as a naval aviator, he reveals the story of his life as an aviator as well as his other fellows (Book Reporter, 2000).”