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Fly, Colton, Fly is commendable for its scope-- (it) has more twists, backstories, and seething, snarled-tooth side players than, well, The Odyssey--and for its details, thanks to a reporter who's been on the case since the beginning. --SeattleMet
"Holtz has written a well-measured and -researched account of the young man's life, and it seems the author understands the collective impulse behind rooting for the outsider." Good Men Project --Good Men Project
Jackson Holtz is an award-winning reporter at the Herald of Everett in Washington State. He lives in Seattle with his cat, Emily, and his partner of more than sixteen years, Jeremy Moser.
Well written and fascinating study of Colton Harris-Moore, who continues to capture the imagination of many fans and detractors. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Lonnie Goodell
good read if you are interested in colton harris-moore. quite a few things that I didn't know about his story.Published 12 months ago by L P
This is a true story. I think anyone reading it will enjoy it. You have to say the person was very cunning and smart. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Geraldine M. Mahan
I found the writing a little substandard. Colton had a colorful couple of interesting interesting years; but the book seems to be reaching for a sensationalism that isn't there.Published 17 months ago by Ron Crawford
Well written true story about a boy who was doomed to failure from the beginning and how he survived against huge odds. Society failed Colton, and as a result he failed society.Published on May 10, 2012 by Robert J. Haehnle
This book was o.k......I was an avid follower of the bare footed bandit. I live in the San Juans, so it was a constant in our community. Read morePublished on August 22, 2011 by Jenna M.
Saw the author's CNN interview. Disgusting. Only in America do we idolize criminals who victimize people. To the author: Mr. Colton is nothing more than a scumbag POS criminal. Read morePublished on July 21, 2011 by M. Mansour
This book details the early life and teenage crime spree of Colton Harris-Moore, the so-called "Barefoot Bandit. Read morePublished on June 15, 2011 by Heidi G