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Tri Con Airlines has 9,000 pilots and they need more. When Tri Con hires eight new pilots and assigns them to a pilot class, they find the ground school and flight simulator challenge more than expected. The class is a mix of former military pilots and civilians with varying experience, including a former female flight attendant. Who can survive The Pilot Class and meet the challenge of flying the line as a Tri Con first officer. Personal relationships, a married flight attendant with an abusive husband, a major airline accident, and the federal government are all obstacles that stand in the way of The Pilot Class.

©2015 Robert Harrison Jones (P)2017 Robert Harrison Jones

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  • Walter
  • EXTON, PA, United States
  • 09-05-17

Unlistenable Narrator

I love aviation novels ever since I read AIRPORT. Robert Serling was also a favorite. I know the narrator, Mr. Block, was /is a pilot, but he's no more qualified to carry a full book than an actor is to fly a 747, with little or no training. His sense of pace, diction and drama is non existent. I had held off on this book because of who the narrator was, but the premise sounded interesting. I should have stuck with my gut instinct. I could not get through more than 45 minutes of what promised to be a pretty good book, because of the narrator. To any authors who are writing novels around aviation, hire a professional reader/actor. Due respect to Mr. Block, you cannot tell a story very well, sir.

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Love this story line and characters

This is another great book by Harrison James. Tom Block's reading/performance of this book added to the excitement of the story.

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Excellent story in an outstanding narration

The near ration was done extremely professionally and made you feel you were right there with the characters.