MAYDAY: A Frighteningly Realistic Aviation Thriller

MAYDAY: A Frighteningly Realistic Aviation Thriller

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, firstreads, dnf

Fasten your seat belt and raise your tray table because the ride is about to get terrifying!

“From start to finish, this one will keep you on the edge of your floatable seat cushion."
--Steve Berry, New York Times and #1 internationally bestselling author

“Stratman skyrockets the aviation thriller into the information age with this fast-paced, dramatic story. Drenched in authenticity that only comes from decades in the cockpit…Perfect in-flight reading material.”
–K.J. Howe, bestselling author of SKYJACK

The Tech-Liner—appropriately christened the Spirit of Silicon Valley—is the most advanced airliner ever built. Its speed and luxurious amenities could usher in a new golden age of air travel. Struggling Alpha Airlines is betting its future on the new jet.
But on its maiden voyage—packed with VIPs from government, industry, and banking—this state-of-the-art plane is also a prime target for attack.
Capt. Mark Smith, former US Air Force pilot and now Alpha Airlines Chief Pilot, will need to draw on all his decades of experience to make sure that never happens. At thirty-five thousand feet above the ocean, things on his flight spin wildly out of control. Smith will need a decidedly old-school strategy to save this high-tech marvel.
If you fly on the airlines, MAYDAY! is a must read. Learn what has the FAA so nervous in this fictional aviation thriller.
Ever wonder what really happens in an airliner cockpit during a life-threatening emergency? Then this is a book you won’t want to miss. Airline pilot Dan Stratman takes his readers where no passenger is ever allowed to go – past the armored steel cockpit door and into the pilot seat – transporting them on a terrifying journey that has a chilling resemblance to recent actual events. Only an experienced pilot like Captain Stratman could bring such authenticity and frightening realism to this story.

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    MAYDAY: A Frighteningly Realistic Aviation Thriller Reviews

  • Catherine

    This was a free book from Amazon and worth just what I paid for it. The aircraft information is interesting but otherwise the book is sexist and anti-Arab hogwash, clearly written by someone who longs...

  • John Karlson

    Very good readEnjoyed this book, and you will also. Just do not plan on putting it down once you start. Recommend this book....

  • Glen

    I won this book in a goodreads drawing.A pilot is taking his last flight on a new high tech airplane. On this inaugural flight, there's a bunch of VIP's, all of who think they know the plane better th...

  • Melanie

    I enjoyed the book. It was fast paced and enjoyed getting to know Mark and Noelle. Charlotte add much needed humor to the story. It is easy enough to see how this situation could happen with our relia...

  • barbara abercrombie

    What a great ride....it was so real....I just couldn't put the book down..I didn't realize what a great story Mayday was going to be ..I had not previously been drawn to this type of story....what a H...

  • Frank Boyd

    UnrealisticPrevious reviews quote realism. The simulator session described in chapter one is nothing like I’ve ever seen in 46 years of professional flying. I gave this one star because no stars is ...

  • Neil

    One of the best....

  • Joan

    Review of eBookThe Tech-Liner christened “The Spirit of Silicon Valley,” an advanced, state-of-the-art airliner, has only one objective as it takes some one hundred VIPs on its maiden flight: save...

  • Steve

    Not That Great ... Teetering on 2-stars, but 3 is acceptable ...The writing in the 1st half of this book, to build up the cast of characters, was pretty atrocious ... just about every cockamamy stereo...

  • Susan Moore

    Page turning readMayday is a well written aviation thriller/mystery. I found the fly-by-wire information much more plausible then others with this subject. I've read Thomas Block and Nelson DeMille's ...