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Very disappointing and aggravating. This book pretends to be a guide for people who like window seats on planes and wonder what the heck they’re looking at, way down below. Read morePublished 12 months ago by A Reader
Just like sitting on a plane, gazing outside. This book offers a true look over the US.Published 14 months ago by Francesca Gordini
It's a bit weighty, though, for traveling light on airplanes. But it's got really great info and photographs of what you see from the airplane window.Published on April 3, 2013 by MKS
Just not as detailed as I would like, and I probably will not use it much. Covered too broad a spectrum.Published on December 19, 2012 by Diana
I bought this book for my 73 year-old father who has always been a geography buff. He said he really likes it because you can open it to any page that interests you and don't have... Read morePublished on July 25, 2011 by Revelation 22:7
I had such high hopes for this book, as I'm an avid window-seat landscape watcher, and am always wishing there was some way to find out more about what we were flying over. Read morePublished on September 16, 2010 by Joe Beets
A fun book for readers who are curious about the world around us. The author describes geologic and cultural forces that have shaped the landscape of the U.S. Read morePublished on July 20, 2009 by B. E. Watts
I found this to be an interesting book to read, as it helps the reader to be able to better identify, and view the lands from the window seat of a commercial airliner, or private... Read morePublished on May 17, 2009 by Thomas P. Lansing, Sr.
Window Seat is the ideal companion to anyone who flies - or even armchair fliers who like to look at the world.. Read morePublished on June 9, 2008 by Singrida Dicum