Ernest Okay. Gann’s vintage pilot’s memoir is an up-shut and exciting account of the treacherous early days of business aviation. “Few writers have ever drawn readers so in detail into the shielded sanctum of the cockpit, and it’s pay attention that Mr. Gann is in reality the artist” (The New York Instances E book Review).
“A best and plenty of-faceted non-public memoir that may be now not just one guy’s tale however the tale, in essence, of all males who fly” (Chicago Tribune). In his inimitable taste, Gann brings you proper into the cockpit, recounting each the triumphs and terrors of pilots who flew whilst flying was once anything else however regimen.