Change of paceIt was a nice change of pace Very short and quick Good for adults and kids a like God is good It was GREAT I learned not to depend on myself Fourteen Year Old Jay Cooper Is Enjoying The View From His Uncle Rex S Cessna When A Low Flying Speeds Past Them Caught In Its Wind Turbulence, Their Small Plane Is Shaken Violently, Knocking Rex Unconscious And Leaving Jay Blind From A Head InjuryWith Fuel Running Out Fast, Jay Drifting In And Out Of Consciousness, And The Plane Heading Straight For A Mountain Range, This High Flying Adventure Shows The Importance Of Faith As Jay Faces Numerous Unseen Dangers Man, that was intense I loved this series My favorites were The The Escape from Island Aquarius, The secret of the desert Stone, Tombs of Anak, The Deadly Curse of Toco Rey, and Flying Blind Jay Cooper goes flying with his uncle Due to a near miss in chapter one , he ends up having to fly the plane blindliterally Great book for those older readers who have difficulty reading It definitely holds your interest Now I remember why Frank E Peretti is one of my favorite authors. so suspenseful love it Suspenseful This is a book meant for younger readers but I got so caught up in the emotion of the action that it had me crying at times While I was reading this I thought of book 4 in the series, Trapped at the Bottom of the Sea, where Lila is the one that is in danger this time its Jay that is in danger.This all happened in the air so when they started talking technical terms it didn t mean much to me even though Peretti explains it all At first when the characters started with the technical terms I wasn t sure I would like the book but despite the technical terms of flying and keeping in contact with the Tower the story was easy to read and it was fast paced I didn t want to stop reading I got hooked wanting to know that Jay would be okay After having read the other books in the series I didn t want them to now lose a member of the family.Frank Peretti is a Christian author so through this story you learn the importance of putting your faith and trust in God Jay had to rely on God and others to keep the plane from crashing. Awesome adventure story, and fitting end to the Cooper Kids seriesWith in the first couple of pages this book grabs you and pulls you in The action starts right away, and the risks are high Jake Cooper goes flying with family friend, and their small Cessna gets caught in the turbulence of a large jet With the pilot knocked conscious and Jake suffering from a knock on the head that has caused him to be blind the stakes are high I wish I could say about this book, but I m afraid of giving away too many spoilers I highly recommend this book to anyone who likes adventure stories, but you might feel invested in the character if you read the other Cooper Kids book first.
FROM HIS WEBSITE With than 12 million novels in print, Frank Peretti is nothing short of a publishing phenomenon and has been called America s hottest Christian novelist Peretti is a natural storyteller who, as a youngster in Seattle, regularly gathered the neighborhood children for animated storytelling sessions After graduating from high school, he began playing banjo with a local blueg
- 160 pages
- Flying Blind (The Cooper Kids Adventure Series, #8)
- Frank E. Peretti
- 16 November 2017 Frank E. Peretti