Flight: Stories of Canadian Aviation, Volumes 1 and 2: Deana Driver et al
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Flight, Vol. 1 includes 35 short stories plus an introduction – 22 stories and introduction written by Deana J. Driver and 13 stories written by eight other Prairie writers: Will Chabun, Sharon Gray, Paul W. Greening, Terry Lewis, Allan Rizzoli, Eleanor Sinclair, Captain Gregg Wiebe, and Walter D. Williams.
Flight, Vol. 2 includes 37 short stories plus an introduction – 14 stories and introduction written by Deana J. Driver and 23 stories written by 12 other Canadian writers: Will Chabun, Peter Foster, Paul W. Greening, Harry Meeds, Alvin Irlbeck, Malcolm McLeod, Don Macpherson, Vincent Murphy-Dodds, Ron Sather, Ron Stansfield, Walter D. Williams, Bill Wunsch, and CAHS President Gary Williams.
ISBN 978-1927570-49-4 (6”x9”; 192 pages; 55 photos), and ISBN 978-1927570-50-0 (6”x9”; 192 pages; 62 photos) both © 2019
Please place your orders by 4 December 2020 if you are concerned about having it delivered before Christmas.
In their own words or with the help of author Deana Driver or other Prairie writers, Western Canadian pilots and aviation enthusiasts share stories of adventure, assistance, humour, tragedy, and success in this salute to the Canadian aviation industry and its people. The people whose stories are told in Flight Vol. 1 include Second World War fighter pilots and bomber pilots, a pioneer smokejumper, flight instructors, Snowbirds aerobatic team members, private and commercial pilots, a flight attendant, and aircraft passengers.
Record-breaking flights, falling aircraft parts, early flight schools, and rescue missions are among the fascinating true stories in this second volume of the Flight series. Animal obstacles, balloon and helicopter trips, unique landing surfaces, and flights with legendary passengers are also chronicled in Flight, Vol. 2.
In their own words or with the help of author Deana Driver or other writers, Canadian pilots and aviation enthusiasts share stories of first flights, aerial skills, adventures, joys, perils, assistance, humour, tragedy, and success in this salute to the Canadian aviation industry and its people.