How would you cope if, in a matter of minutes, everything you had-was no longer yours?
Pacific International Airlines Flight PI019-Flight 19-leaves Honolulu airport on a routine trip to Los Angeles on Thursday, January 17th, 2019.
Two hours in, with 210 people on-board, the plane vanishes into thin air. An exhaustive search finds no trace of Flight 19, its passengers, or its crew, and the disappearance becomes modern aviation's greatest mystery.
Five years later, an incoming plane asks for permission to enter LAX airspace. But there's something unusual about this apparently routine request. It's the missing Pacific International flight.
What's more, those on-board don't yet know the year is now 2024. The last five years have passed them by in a matter of minutes.
Flight 19 takes you through the months just after these people learn of their fate: their husbands and wives remarried, houses sold, jobs lost, possessions given away or disposed of, and loved ones dead and buried.
This is a story that will touch everyone who cares about the life they have.
Their jobs and possessions.
The places they call home.
The people they love.
Read Flight 19 and see how the passengers and crew react when they lose it all.
Life should never be taken for granted.
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About the Author
His first novel, "The Seventh List," took him to Uluru (aka Ayers Rock) for research-one of the most memorable trips of his life-and he suggests that this jaw-dropping natural wonder should be on everyone's bucket list.
Grant lives in a bayside suburb of Melbourne, Australia, where he can be found wandering along the local beach with his wife most days, chatting about the world and taking in the fresh salt air. When not at the beach, he's either writing his next novel, in the kitchen cooking up a storm, or thinking about when the next winter is going to come around so he can get on his snowboard and ride the white powder on the South Island of New Zealand, one of his favorite places on earth.
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Great book, could not put it down!