Genres: Contemporary, Mystery
Age Group: Young Adult
Publication Date: 1st January 2014
Number of Pages: 256
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April knows it all when it comes to WorldAir airplanes and procedures, which fuels her starky humour - one of the most enjoyable elements of this book. At times though, April’s intelligence and stubbornness also made her annoying. She knew it all and this made the story continually move but also made it predictable because April knew a solution to everything!
This story was a quick and funny read which brought back my memories of 14-17 year old me, who wanted to be a flight attendant and then also re-squashed them too (I was reminded why I chose not to go down that route in the end). If you’re looking for something a little different to a normal YA narrative story then give this interview-based retelling a try.