This is a clear case of negligence. After 3 years of interviews and research, the author tells the true story of Flight TWA 841 which almost had a near fatal crash on April 4, 1979. After reading the pilots’ details of the event, the interviews of the pilots by FAA agents and others, the false allegations picked up by the media, and the investigation into the near crash, the biased investigators and review board found fault with the pilots.
After reviewing the documents that Corsetti provided in his book, the negligence would fall on Boeing, TWA and the media instead of the pilots. After 37 years and finding the same mechanical flaws in other flights with fatal crashes, the board still stands with their decision against the pilots even though they have improved the flaws that almost caused Flight TWA 841 to crash.
An engaging read about pilots hoping to clear their names from an event where they should have gone down in history as heroes. Instead, they are scapegoats for Boeing, and TWA to some extent, to hide a mechanical flaw that causes fatal crashes after the 1979 event so they can continue to make billions of dollars and save their reputation.
I took two years of French in high school 30+ years ago and wanted to brush up on it for a trip to Quebec, Canada, this summer. After reading Mr. Bibard’s book, I found it easy and practical to use and also found the audio files to be especially helpful.
I was able to pick up the language again after so many years of not using it by using the short stories and new vocabulary words highlighted in each of them. I especially found the audio files to be most helpful since I will be speaking more with people face to face instead of reading the written word. The audio files were easy to download from both my PC and my Amazon Android App and the files were very clear and audible.
If that wasn’t enough, I also found a link (http://www.talkinfrench.com/french-free-package) to a free French learning package in my eBook that has a collection of free resources that will help me learn French must faster, and Mr. Bibard also has a Facebook page at http://facebook.com/talkinfrench with tips and information about interesting French topics such as French cuisine and of course, more new French vocabulary words.
In all, I hope to become more fluent in French before I leave for Canada in late July and I think this tool will assist me significantly in that goal.
Ashley is an artist and has become accustomed to being ridiculed for simply being herself. Would she feel differently about herself if her mom thought differently of her? Does she make choices based on how she perceives how others expect her to behave, and does she subconsciously draw their attention to her flaws? She’ll never beat them at their own game. Will Matt ever know how much she cares about him? “Unfortunately, bullying doesn’t stop when you grow up. It just looks a little different.”
The author, Aimee L. Salter, was a victim of bullying herself and has written a very personal story to inform others that there is help and that there are people out there who value them exactly as they are.
This is an emotional and very raw story that shows bullying at its worst which is a serious issue in society today. One feels the pain and fear of the main character and I couldn’t put this book down.
L.V. Lewis takes us on another erotic ride in the Den of Sin Series in the Beaudelaire Hotel where Sabine Beaudelaire meets the “Hot IT guy”, Xander Fishbourne. Both are have been burned in the past, but the chemistry cannot be ignored and they set a course for the inevitable. My first book in the series, “Rekindling the Flame” has good character development, great settings and very hot sex scenes. This is an erotic, short story that is great for a nice summer read.
The story of a young boy’s trek into the fascinating and terrifying unknown world of a duck pond is an exciting read. Neil Gaiman never disappoints.
All of us have something about our childhood that stands out and Andie Mitchell is no exception. Food was her comfort and she found out at the age of 13 (weighing in at 200 lbs) that if she kept eating the way she had been, she would weigh close to 300 lbs by the time she was 20. This is her journey of how she changed her life by losing the weight and making better choices to become a productive member of society.
Edie Swan is a rebel with a cause. She is determined to clear her father’s name in the small town of Redbud, Tennesee where he supposedly committed suicide and resulted in driving her mother mad. Little does she know that her inquiries will unravel the threads that hold the town together.
Sheriff Holt Drennen is a loyal father and son and a respected member of Redbud who finds the mysterious Edie a force he cannot resist. But will his attraction hinder his investigation into the strange deaths of Redbuds citizens?
The two enter into a game of truths and lies that results in a surprising discovery that caught this reader by surprise.
A suspenseful read with interesting characters and a finely balanced plot. The twists and turns will have you guessing.