Grade 12 Reviews The Airmen Who Would Not Dieby John G. Fuller
Review by: Abhay Antony C.
Other, Grade 12
The book even though being non-fiction is still very readable.
The book start with captain hinchcliffe'smysterious dissapearence and later events that take u into the mysterious field of parapsychology.Mediums, predictions and science give way to higher understanding of life and the life that follows.the book takes up the subject with much forced skepticm and so seems all the more believable.The characters are crisp and the details are vast and accurate.The event follow up is astounding if we compute that the incidents took place 50 years before the book wa written.
All in all a very good read for vacations and it is also good for gaining knowledge on life after death.
The book has characters who were real and that makes the book very interesting considering thatthe book deals with subjects which we really associate with fiction.Characters like Arthur C Doyle and Emilie Hinchcliffe bring a sureal feeling of belonging to a very diffrent age where airships flew and aviation was in its early age