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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
Island Jet 370 by L.A. Smith is the story of three people who made some choices for their own benefit but these cause havoc for others. Jack Wellington is a pilot for a commercial airline who tries to do his best in every way possible. On the surface, he has a good job at the airline; he has a wife and two kids and a home to call his own, but he is not satisfied. He longs for the time when he was young and living with his father, the not-so-perfect life was the best he had. So he concocts a plan with his friend Harold and his girlfriend Janie to take supplies and fly the plane somewhere far away from their troubled lives. The only problem is Jack and his friends would have a number of passengers to think about. With some planning and some preparation, they are ready. What is going to happen? Will they succeed in their plan?
This was a dark mystery, one that had me horrified with the thought that it could be real. The author raises a very good point with how we put our lives into the hands of literal strangers, but this has become the norm with how things are these days. The anti-hero of the story is Jack. He is relatable to the point where he is dissatisfied with his life and wants to just run away from it, regardless of how wrong he is to play with the lives of other people. I just loved to hate him, but at the same time, I wanted to see if he would be able to succeed in his plans. The pace was slow at times, but I felt that it was necessary to further the plot. Interesting and original, this novel will definitely give you something to think about before you board your next flight.