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hurtbs posted 7/16/2012 23:44 PM

I have a long flight and a long layover. Tell me - best airline books (by that I mean fun, exciting, engrossing, etc). Something I can put on my iPad (via Kindle or BN) even better!!

aesir posted 7/16/2012 23:48 PM

The movie Airport was based on a book originally.

TrustNoOne posted 7/16/2012 23:57 PM

I read alot of change management, corporate, and leadership books.

For fun and when I escape, I read People, US, Weekly, etc. All the trash mags.

Crossbow posted 7/17/2012 01:06 AM

I'll shamelessly admit that I really enjoy reading the Stephanie Plum mysteries by Janet Evanovich while traveling. They are interesting, engaging, funny, etc.

A woman once passed me on her way to the airplane lavatory (I had an aisle seat) when I was reading one, and I was laughing out loud. On her way back from the lav, she asked what I was reading. When she saw what it was, she said, "Oh, of course! Those books make me laugh out loud too!"

Lucky2HaveMe posted 7/17/2012 06:32 AM

Tho not "fun" Confession by John Grishom is everything else. I couldnt put it down... I read it on my vacation last year.

metamorphisis posted 7/17/2012 09:19 AM

One I read when we were in Lake Placid was "The Birth House" by Ami McKay.
Read it from cover to cover sitting on a screened in porch in the mountains with several cups of tea. Fabulous book and a fabulous memory

[This message edited by metamorphisis at 9:19 AM, July 17th (Tuesday)]

Lucky2HaveMe posted 7/17/2012 09:50 AM

^^^I have this book! Guess it will be my next read. Thanks for the review.

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