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Flight 3108

by Sharon Mikeworth

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A well-written story, the narrative glides through the lives of people on the airplane, the Earth, and on other earth forms with creativity, some humor, and with details that enliven the book. For what do Mason’s cat, his former girlfriend, an odd weather phenomenon, robots, shootouts, a lifeless planet, advanced technology, Brother Reach’s religious messages, ice floes, and a frozen world have in common? The author does excellent work in combining these seemingly unrelated issues in a delightful read through her storytelling ability and with her creative, detailed examination of life and the living. The ending is a beautiful tie-in to the rest of the story. Dubbed a science-fiction book, it goes beyond this genre into the depths of relationships, the reality of events that have historically taken place in the Bermuda Triangle, and into the realm of any good fiction book. It is a quick read and one definitely worth pursuing.

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Mason Tucker, a passenger of American Skyways Flight 3108, en route from Florida to New Hampshire, believes he is headed home to his apartment and a cat named Bruno. But unbeknownst to him, the aging aircraft he is flying in will shortly be encountering severe weather, where it will be forced off course and sent directly over a mysterious section of ocean commonly known as the Bermuda Triangle.

There, buffeted on all sides by the treacherous elements, the plane encounters a strange vortex. Drawn in by it, Mason and his fellow hapless travelers can only hang on and struggle to survive as they are dragged out of their familiar world and propelled straight into the unimaginable.
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