38 Following


Flight of Dreams - Ariel Lawhon

#FLIGHT OF DREAMS  4 STARS  AVAILABLE NOW  @arielLawhon  @DoubledayBooks

While I knew about the Hindenburg, I didn't know a lot about. I didn't think there were that many survivors that's for sure. And I definitely didn't know there were more than one dirigible that was used during the war.

This was an entertaining and interesting story, sometimes a little slow, but your talking about only so many passengers and only so much space and three days, almost four of time to occupy.

I bet there were many people who would have loved to seen Hitler's latest monstrosity he was using to goad everyone with come crashing down. I really liked the Olympic story as well.

While it is true, we will never really know the reason for the crash, this seemed like a fascinating and reasonable account for what could have happened.

Huge thanks to Doubleday Books for approving my request and to Net Galley for providing me with a free e-galley in exchange for an honest review. I enjoyed reading the book and would definitely pass it on.