Sunday book review – Top Gun of the Sky by Martin Bradley


This is a beautifully illustrated book. It is illustrated and written by Martin Bradley who works at the Exxon Mobil Fawley Refinery in Hampshire (where Peregrines nest).

The illustrations are bold and just a little bit different – have a look and you will see what I mean (and see above).

The book is aimed at children, of, I would guess, late primary school age.  But I loved it.

It’s a lovely book with strikingly attractive drawings and an engaging story.

Some of the profits go to the Hawk Conservancy Trust.

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Top Gun of the Sky by Martin Bradley is published by Ceratopia Books and is fantastic value at £4.99 + £1.60 P&P.  All books can be signed by the author and can be bought direct from him by contacting


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