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Hauling Checks: a novel Paperback – November 12, 2009
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About the Author
Alex Stone grew up in Munster, Indiana. He's been flying since age fourteen and received a Bachelor's Degree in Aviation Science from Western Michigan University. He has worked as a flight instructor and has been a "Freight Dog" in the air cargo industry for four years. This is his first novel.
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I gave it two stars because it was at least well written, and the stories although of no interest to me, were fairly coherent...
But overall, it's a simple, short, funny NOVEL! (And to all you offended pilots, airline, aircraft folks posting a one star, THAT'S the operative word. It's a novel folks - no reason to tee off on it. Overall, it was a great one-day read. Not superb, but worth the price.
The best parts of this quick amusing read was the pilot's conversations with the chief, and his wit and ability handling planes under any conditions, often to include going co-pilot-less, despite a lukewarm body being seated (sometimes "nut strap" harnessed) in the co-pilot's seat. I couldn't help but to keep thinking that this man (the pilot) needs to fly for major commercial airlines, where his service would be appreciated. This made the ending most rewarding to hear what became of his career.
A misbehaving, enjoyable light read.