Born to fly, a teenage Nebraska girl soars to the pinnacle of the global airline industry.
Kelly Cavanaugh fearlessly meets challenges in the air and of the heart. As she matures, she learns valuable life lessons from her family, the love of her life, a recurring powerful nemesis, plus a host of friends and mentors. Like the proverbial phoenix, she rises from the ashes of tragedy, not only to survive, but to flourish and soar over obstacles and adversaries. Through it all, the freedom of flight sustains her.
Crisply told with breathtaking flight sequences and riveting emotional conflicts, Last Flight Home brings this engaging saga to a warm and satisfying conclusion.
|Product dimensions:||5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.62(d)|
|Age Range:||16 Years|
About the Author
Wetherall's early experience included a ten-year stint as a news reporter and writer at the nation's most listened-to CBS broadcasting station. He honed his skills during twenty-three years as a creative supervisor and television producer/writer at one of the top-twenty-five advertising agencies. Thereafter, Wetherall led a large creative team in his role as Executive Creative Director at agencies in the Midwest and as Managing Director of a major design group in Sydney, Australia. His expanded interest in communications led to a storied radio career as the top-rated music host at the leading radio station in Palm Springs, California.
Wetherall's first novel, published in 1989, The Making Of Bernie Trumble, is the bizarre tale of a well-meaning misfit trying to survive in a wild and wacky world run by women. (Events in Bernie are actually coming to pass today, so don't be surprised if this hilarious tale doesn't surface again in the near future!) Forever Andrew, published in January 2010, tells of the trials and tribulations of an eternally youthful man at the ripe old age of three hundred twenty-five years.
Wetherall lives in suburban Shorewood, Minnesota, a lake country village where he indulges in his favorite activities - boating, fishing, working on ancient cars and, of course, writing.
For more information about Robert Wetherall and his books, please visit his web site at http://www.wetherallbooks.com