"The reader is seated in the cockpit as she views events from above and alongside, following her map to letting go, grieving, remembering the joy, developing new interests, and mentoring others with what she has learned." Having made the same observation about your writing, flight-connected or otherwise, I can only endorse what the reviewer wrote. Bravo!
That's an impressive review! Good for you, and I hope it punches your sales up!!!
Even when she writes in prose, it still comes out as poetry.
I sure enjoyed the book.I'm looking forward to lending it to a pilot friend of mine, as soon as he finishes Jim's Grey Man.
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