Matt Milbrandt Milbrandt itibaren 38070 Preore TN, İtalya
I was very disappointed with this novel. It got such a good write up in the paper and I heard buzz about it, but I feel it fell flat. I feel there was absolutely nothing driving the plot. The would-be romance between Katey and Tinker wasn't very engrossing simply because Tinker was such an annoying, weak man. I can appreciate that the author was trying to make the story authentic - it really did seem like an everyday picture into someone's life. Often times, there isn't an underlying story driving our lives - it can just be a series of events. However, I felt that it made the novel unremarkable. I kept waiting for something to happen, but nothing did. Even the ending was just alright. Overall, it was worth the time spent reading it, it just fell flat considering the hype.
John F. Leyden, President, Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organization Captain Brian Power-Waters is intimately knowledgeable concerning the air traffic control system. As a airline captain, he brings the knowledge associated with his twenty-six years as a line pilot. Coupled with his close relationship with air traffic controllers for over twenty years, he is acutely aware of and acquainted with the problems of both professions. Captain Power-Waters provides us with a first time insight into the workings of the air traffic controller profession, the challenges and the many problems encountered in the current air traffic control system.