The Flying Circus by Susan Crandall (review by Kristi)

The Flying Circus

I enjoy books that take place in the 1920’s and can easily add this book to the list. Susan Crandall has crafted a well-written story about three people who are in search of a life of their own and in search of themselves.

I enjoyed reading this book. The characters were all authentic and genuine. They each come from different backgrounds and have secrets they are keeping from each other. Differences aside though they soon become a family and learn what being a family truly is about.

I loved the fact the book’s main setting is Indiana. Susan Crandall, a fellow Hoosier, does a great job in writing about the state. Susan also did a wonderful job in describing the planes and techniques used in the flying circuses of the day.

I think fans of the ’20s will enjoy this book as well as anyone who is interested in aviation and the high-flying adventures of the flying circus!

I received a free copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for my honest opinion which I have given.


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