The Aviator

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Arbor House, 1981 - Fiction - 189 pages
4 Reviews
In the mid-1930s, a disfigured mail pilot and his sole passenger, an eleven-year-old girl, crash and, resigned to freezing to death, pass the time reading letters from the mail bag and discovering a love for one another

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The characters in this book are fairly straightforward: the outcast, the innocent, the coward, the administrator-they are well-defined, but fairly one-sided. But the writing is plain, simple, and from the heart, which is one of the things I like about Ernest Gann. Read full review

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Has a ring of authenticity about it. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
9
Section 2
15
Section 3
46
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