Biplane

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Harper and Row, 1966 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 163 pages
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Finding Ourselves is Like Flying An Ancient Biplane Coast To Coast: There Are Storms Ahead, But Oonce We've Started, It's Too Late To turn Back. To discover that time is not a straight line aimed toward infinity, Richard Bach undertook a magnificent journey. Biplane is the story of that solo flight into the American skies -- a flight that became a personal quest to discover everything that lies beyond the ordinary.

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User Review  - MasseyLibrary - LibraryThing

Love it or hate it! very slow-paced. His time-traveling narrative technique was cool, but extremely overplayed. Could be subtitled: “My Personal Midlife Crisis" Biplane is the story of Richard Bach’s ... Read full review

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User Review  - MasseyLibrary - LibraryThing

Love it or hate it! very slow-paced. His time-traveling narrative technique was cool, but extremely overplayed. Could be subtitled: “My Personal Midlife Crisis" Biplane is the story of Richard Bach’s ... Read full review

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