Air Ferrets Aloft, concerning a cargo airline that shuttles food and toys around the country, is clumsy and muddled . After the ferret hyperverse came to him, Mr Bach wrote a nautical ferret tale, and a hollywood ferret tale.
Air Ferrets Aloft, concerning a cargo airline that shuttles food and toys around the country, is clumsy and muddled by comparison. The protagonists are two heroic pilots, Stormy and Strobe, who are destined to meet during a series of flights between California and Seattle. but come on, you knew the best one was going to be the aviation ferret tale! This is an - amazing, there's really no other word - vision of how let us say forces help us behind the scenes. Including all the down to earth practical details and technology of that!
I am also a retired air traffic controller. This one, like his other Ferret Chronicles has a few main characters that keep the plot simple yet delightful to imagine.
I am also a retired air traffic controller. This book is a pure treasure. A family hand me down for generations. A little romance and you're in for a treat you will remember the rest of your life. I highly recommend this book for ALL AGES.
Air Ferrets Aloft book. This is Stormy Ferret's story. Cargo pilot, captain of an Air Ferrets SkyFreighter, she had earned her name by delivering her freight on time through every weather the night could set against her. Her destiny, she thought, was her dependability. That was true until, on a run south from Seattle to Salinas, she plunges into a supernatural tempest like nothing she has ever This is Stormy Ferret's story.
Richard Bach's first book, the autobiographical Stranger to the Ground (1963) described the deployment to France of his Air National Guard unit, and was received favorably . The Ferret Chronicles (Five novellas): Air Ferrets Aloft. Rescue Ferrets at Sea.
Richard Bach's first book, the autobiographical Stranger to the Ground (1963) described the deployment to France of his Air National Guard unit, and was received favorably, for example, by Edmund Fuller in the Wall Street Journal. In 1970, Jonathan Livingston Seagull, a story about a seagull who flew for the love of flying rather than merely to catch food, was released by Macmillan Publishers after the manuscript was turned down by several others. It had first been published in Soaring, the magazine of the Soaring Society of America. Scribner 2002.
The Ferret Chronicles is a series of novellas written by American author Richard Bach and published in 2002-2003. Writer Ferrets: Chasing the Muse. Rancher Ferrets on the Range. The stories mostly expound upon the world of anthropomorphized ferrets which is not usually seen by human eyes. The Last War. Curious Lives.
Second in the inspirational animal fable series the Ferret Chronicles, published simultaneously with Rescue Ferrets at Sea (see below). Again, Bach displays the same ability to set the heart pumping with descriptions of flight that sparkled 40 years ago in his spirited memoir Stranger to the Ground. Here, as in volume one, Bach chooses a young female ferret heroine who has the right stuff
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Richard Bach Richard Bach. Once in a generation a book, a vision, a writer, capture the imagination and emotions of millions. Jonathan Livingston Seagull was such a book.
In the cloud-washed airspace between the cornfields of Illinois and blue infinity, a man puts his faith in the propeller of his biplane.