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“The Skies Belong to Us” – Part IV

So, I was pretty much right.  Skies ended almost exactly as I though it would. One of the areas of surprise was the American public’s declining interest and concern with airplane hijackings in the years following Roger’s and Cathy’s escape.  Koerner offers some credible reasons for this, but part of me still can’t believe that […]

“The Skies Belong to Us” – Part II

So, Tricia began her second post about Skies the same way I’d been planning to start mine:  with a screen shot of my Tweet about my reactions to the story so far.  In a nutshell, I am incredulous, flabbergasted, astonished, and gobsmacked.  My answers to her questions about what caused me to drop a “WTF” […]

“The Skies Belong to Us” – Part I

My good friend Tricia (a.k.a. T on this blog) suggested that we start a book club of sorts.  We will both read the same book at the same time, and then blog about it with each other in mind.  As she wrote in her first post about this, we are a lot alike, and have similar […]