I have had this book on my radar for some months now, ever since I fell in love with flight attendance books and found out there were several to read. Now, finally, I got the book on my Kindle and of course I had to read it as soon as I could.
The book is split into sections, we begin an introduction then head to preflight, and so on. I loved that she did it this way. Most just split it up in normal named sections (if that makes sense, it makes more sense in my head), but she actually made it airplane related.
There is a lot of things that happen on an airplane, sometimes it made me doubt humanity even further. Who the hell takes their dead grandma with them? Or a goat? Or drinks so much that you do strange stuff… Really, I felt sorry for the poor flight attendants at many moments for having to go through this and knowing that you can’t just disappear for a bit, as you are in the air and you can’t just step outside. I had a big laugh at the guy who demanded chicken and what was actually on his ticket.
I wasn’t always a fan of the parts in between the flights which at times didn’t have anything to do with flying. I came her for juicy and hilarious stories about flying, not about the rest. This is a thing I have had with other flight attendant books as well. While it does give more depth to the book and a more personal touch, I am just more interested in the flight attendant stuff. Hello, it is why I bought the book. 😛
It seems that a lot of things happen everywhere. Because I know for sure I heard that story about the attendant who farted in a toilet while there was someone in there in one of my other flight attendant books… And there were other stories that seemed vaguely familiar to me.
Plus points go to the wonderful cover which was what first stood out in my hunt for new flight attendant books.
I had tons and tons of fun reading this one and I flew through it. I would definitely recommend it if you are looking for a fun book and want to know more about what happens in the air.