What makes a man risk his life, over and over again, for a few moments of pleasure?
Young Marc lives in an emotionally charged and volatile home environment that sets him on a path to psychological chaos and drug addiction. As a balm for his low self-esteem he develops a need for danger and puts himself in dangerous, sometimes deadly situations. He is just seventeen when he steals his first aircraft. A year later he joins the Air Force where he takes a helicopter for a joyride. He is caught and given a second chance in a fighter training squadron. One Sunday afternoon he decides to take a fighter jet for a joyride.
Marc deserts the Air Force but is caught trying to leave the country. He learns that he will be charged for treason and executed so he makes a daring escape. He is caught and put in a secure facility where he makes another audacious escape. He is caught and thrown into solitary confinement for three years. To pass the time in his cell, he flies imaginary planes. On the verge of insanity, Marc makes one last flight where he discovers the reason for his turbulent life.
On the way to his court martial he escapes and vows to start a new life.
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About the Author
He learned the craft of writing from James Patterson and Judy Blume's Masterclasses. He is a member of several writer's communities, and his first book, A Serpent's Conscience, was nominated for a Quill Award for Best Novel at writing.com.
Table of Contents
We are all God’s Children
The pedal car
The Snake Pit
The Chicken Coop
The Tiger’s Tail
The Air Force
Escape From The Fort
The Last Flight
The Court Martial