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Montandon really wants a jetpack. He really really wants a jetpack.
Or at least he wants one bad enough to contact lots of people who have done something about it, and... Read more
I always wanted a jetpack. So did every young man growing up in the 60's. We got a pocket computer, and a wristwatch phone, why not a jetpack? Read morePublished 19 months ago by Barry Bridges
This book has turned out to be better than the price I paid for it in the discount grocery isle. Well written and researched, I'm not done with it yet, but I like it so far. Read morePublished on January 23, 2012 by USERREDBLACKGREEN
JETPACK DREAMS: ONE MAN'S UP AND DOWN (BUT MOSTLY DOWN) SEARCH FOR THE GREATEST INVENTION THAT NEVER WAS searches for a new millennium of dreams that never quite came to life. Read morePublished on April 18, 2010 by Midwest Book Review
This book is an informative and highly entertaining history of the development of the Rocketbelt. Mac Montandon traveled extensively, interviewing and researching the history of... Read morePublished on May 31, 2009 by Nornicotine
...what's up with the non-stop profanity? I mean, it's a book about jet packs. That could be a pretty interesting subject by itself, without the need for gratuitous profanity on... Read morePublished on May 21, 2009 by David Simpson
By Galen, age 8.
I liked the book because I want a Jetpack and the book was very, very funny. I liked it because it was the biggest book I have ever read. Read more
I picked this book up after finding it online. For some background on myself, I wrote 2 books about the Rocketbelt device, and I am currently the owner/founder of the Rocketbelt... Read morePublished on February 11, 2009 by Beushausen
To my ear, it sounds better in French: Un genre sans nom. This may be because I have read too much literary theory. Read morePublished on December 1, 2008 by H. Montandon