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Skid by Rene Gutteridge
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NCLA Review -Hank Hazard is still trying to find his true calling after his parents die in a freak hot tub accident years earlier. A former homeschooler who worked as a mime in the family’s clown troupe, he lands a job as an airline customer service evaluator posing as a passenger. On Flight 1945 to Amsterdam, he begins a zany journey filled with outrageous characters—a pig with an attitude, a menopausal flight attendant, a jewel thief and an imposter posing as a federal agent. Along the way Hank takes the opportunity to evangelize a passenger having boyfriend issues. The adventure leaves you laughing throughout the book. When it appears they will be forced to crash land some of the characters take a realistic look at their broken lives. In this third installment of the Occupational Hazard series, Gutteridge skillfully weaves several story lines into one terrific book with a gentle Christian message. Highly Recommended Rating: 4 —NSK Waterbrook 2008, 325p, paper, 9781400071593, $12.99 [FIC] ( )
  ncla | Jul 11, 2009 |
There's humor, and then there's silliness. This is most definitely the latter. ( )
  nglofile_reads_2008 | Jun 21, 2008 |
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For Sean, who makes my heart soar.
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Forty children gathered on the large concrete patio that overlooked an acre of gardens, while three high-strung adults swung their arms in big, round motions, trying to get a grip on the situation.
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Atlantica Flight 1945 is flying from Atlanta to Amsterdam as First Officer Danny McSweeney focuses his energies on navigating the turbulent personalities of an eccentric female captain, a co-pilot with a talent for tactless comments and conspiracy theories, and a lead flight attendant with an outsized attitude that definitely exceeds the limits for carry-on baggage. On the other side of the cockpit door, the unscheduled in-flight entertainment includes a potbellied pig, a jittery diamond courier, and the recently jilted Lucy Meredith. Then there's Hank Hazard, whose unusually polite but constant requests--prompted by his covert role as a spy for the airline--test the limits of the crew's customer service.

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