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The book is well written; easy and absorbing to read.
I overheard his name and asked him if he was related to the "Flight of Passage" boys, and he said he was Rinker Buck's brother, the pilot in the book!
I am a new private pilot and devour anything aviation related, so I very much enjoyed the flying theme of this book.
Great story, well told. Buck is a true wordsmith and one of the best aviation writers in America. Also wrote the most poignant essay after Challenger disaster, and wonderful... Read morePublished 8 hours ago by William
I could not put this book down. It brought back memories and speculation of my relationship with my own Father. He always spoke of Piper Cubs and Stearman.Published 10 days ago by dfkendrick
Quick read, and an absorbing one at that. Emotional and adventurous, too. Found myself choking up potential tears while reading it in public on the subway.Published 17 days ago by P. Stearns
One of the best tales you will ever read. Youngsters, oldsters, and a piper cub. As an older pilot, I could relate to it all.Published 2 months ago by Dave Massey
A must read for any pilot. I laughed out loud many times. I find myself dreaming of a true cross country flight across the USA!Published 2 months ago by pilotchute73
This is a real old fashioned aviation yarn, about a true event, circa the Kennedy era. I'd rate this as good as any Ernest K. Gann story. Read morePublished 3 months ago by B. R. Munro