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Aerobleu:Pilot's Journal: 1939-1959
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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0811817555, Hardcover)Aerobleu Pilot's Journal is one-third of an unusually presented three-part novel. Packaged as a gift book, it is printed in handwriting font on newsprint, and its textured covers are stored in a beautiful metal slipcase, giving Aerobleu Pilot's Journal the feel of a World War II pilot's journal, which it pretends to be. Telling the story of Max Morgan, an American who is depressed by the damage he inflicted as a pilot in the Canadian Air Force, Aerobleu Pilot's Journal brings to life the popular music scene of post-war Paris. Morgan mysteriously acquires a bebop bar, Aerobleu, that becomes the main watering hole for all the great jazz musicians, literary figures, and cold-war spies who pass through the city and who entangle the narrator in cloak-and-dagger shenanigans that are never fully explained. More than just a gift book, Aerobleu Pilot's Journal, with its companion, Observations from the Bar, offers an engaging literary experience.
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