The travelers' dreams suddenly seem possible and we root for them even as we confront the chapter-by-chapter countdown to the disaster.
Why I love it
Why did the Hindenburg self-destruct on May 6, 1937? As it was about to land in New Jersey, the Hindenburg, "the world's largest lighter-than-air craft" burst into flames, plunging to the earth and killing thirty-six people. Was the disaster a result of sabotage, and if so, for what purpose? Political advantage, personal revenge or something else? Ariel Lawhon comes up with a fascinatin...
"Eventhough you knew the ship was going down, I was totally engrossed in the guest's and employee's lives. The little mysteries among them were great twists and turns."
"One of my favorites so far and have recommended it to many others. Although I finished it long ago now, the visual and auditory imagery remains with me especially the sounds at the end of the book. "
"Such a good story!"
Los Angeles, CA
"Very interesting! Loved knowing how it would end, but still curious about what led up to the fateful event. A great choice!"
"This book was exactly what I needed at the time I read it. I absolutely loved it!"
"A riveting story about the passengers and crew aboard the Hindenburg. Great pacing and an entertaining read. "
Cleveland Heights, OH
"Very interesting and entertaining."
Sterling Heights, MI
"How imaginative - the whodunit of the Hindenburg! Fun and mysterious."
"I was woefully misinformed on facts about the Hindenburg before reading this book. I loved the fact and fiction so intricately woven into this historical novel. And I cried. A lot."
"This book solidified my love for Historical Fiction."
San Francisco, CA
"An amazing piece of history that is still a mystery to us all. A fun, historical fiction book. I love books with different character POVs. "