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Well, this was an interesting book and one I enjoyed. Wish I could write like this lady.
Will read again.
This is a brilliant book. The language is fresh and poetic. It is truly one of my all time favorite books--a true classic.Published 13 months ago by Leah Maines
I wanted to keep reading to know how this would end. It definitely kept me interested and was a nice way to think about what may have happened (at least partly) to Amelia Earhart.Published 15 months ago by Dogladymom
Amazing writing and amazing story. Very deep. Makes you think. Cannot wait to read something else by Jane Mendelsohn. Highly recommend!Published 17 months ago by Elina Kapostina
The best feature of this book was that it was short. Writing style nonexistant, plot and charactures made up. A total waste of time. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Judith Cassidy
Fascinating telling if a familiar mystery. Well written and researched.
Moves past the "facts" onto the realm of fiction with grace.
Amelia Earhart is arguably one of the best known aviatrix of the twenty century. Earhart set many records most notable being the first female pilot to fly solo across the Atlantic. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Christopher Sullivan
The story wasn't at all what I expected it would be, but the writing was absolutely as breathtaking as I imagine the views were for someone who loved to fly, seeing the world from... Read morePublished on July 4, 2013 by Mirrani
The author of this book speculates on what might have happened to Amelia Earhart and her navigator had they survived the crash. Read morePublished on March 6, 2013 by mlg