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Mayday at Two Thousand Five Hundred
Mayday at Two Thousand Five Hundred
Mayday at Two Thousand Five Hundred
Аудиокнига2 часа

Mayday at Two Thousand Five Hundred

Написано Frank E. Peretti

Озвучено Frank E. Peretti

Рейтинг: 3.5 из 5 звезд



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"This is going to be a tough one, Dr. Cooper. I don't know of anyone who's ever flown a plane blind, much less landed it."
Dr. Cooper looked through the binoculars at his son in the Cessna. "Well . . . there's always a first time."

Fourteen-year-old Jay Cooper is enjoying the view from his Uncle Rex's Cessna when a low-flying 757 speeds past them. Caught in its wind turbulence, their small plane is shaken violently, knocking Rex unconscious and leaving Jay blind from a head injury.

With fuel running out fast, Jay drifting in and out of consciousness, and the plane heading straight for a mountain range, this high-flying adventure shows the importance of faith as Jay faces numerous unseen dangers.

ИздательOasis Audio
Дата выпуска15 июл. 2014 г.

Frank E. Peretti

Frank E. Peretti is one of American Christianity's best-known authors. His novels have sold over 10 million copies, and he is widely credited with reinventing Christian fiction. He and his wife, Barbara, live in the Pacific Northwest. www.frankperetti.com.

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  • Рейтинг: 4 из 5 звезд
    I found the information about flying a small plane that was in this book interesting and thought the author did a good job at trying to explain this for those that might not be familiar with how to pilot an aircraft.

    I did think the middle lagged a bit in that there were times when we, as readers, were "watching" the characters do the same thing (guiding Jay who can't see) multiple times.