Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Book reviews for "A Child Lost in Flight"

Two new reviews for the book    "A Child Lost in Flight"

It doesn’t matter where we live or what God we pray to. The pain of losing a child is recognizable in any language. Faith, love, and family are what we need to move on in our lives when fate deals us such a violent blow. Mohan and Suja survived their loss, and in A Child Lost in Flight, Mohan offers their experience as a testament to show that it can be done—that the deepest, darkest night will end. - thinningtheweeds.blogspot,com

“A Child Lost in Flight: Moving on After Tragedy on Flight 229” is well written, structured and concise as one might expect from an IT consultant. Despite this, the author does not refrain from allowing the reader a small glimpse into his personal thoughts and emotions as he travels through his journey of grief and recovery. He details the birth of little Aditya and his involvement with the child so well that by the time the child is unexpectedly taken, the reader is very fond of him also.

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