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Publisher's Summary

"Log Book: Instrument flying. Slow descent, first. Going down fast. It takes a lot to make my ears hurt. Five thousand now. Awfully wet. Water dripping in window. Port motor coughing. Sounds as if all motors were cutting. Bill opens her wide to try to clear. Sounds rotten on the right...."

This true-life adventure story is Amelia Earhart's personal account of an historic flight.

Public Domain (P)2015 Andre Stojka et.al.

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All about "How I Was A Passenger"

What disappointed you about 20 Hrs. 40 Mins.?

Just not a good book.

What was most disappointing about Amelia Earhart’s story?

She didn't do anything but go along for the ride.

What three words best describe Leslie Walden’s voice?

No comment.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Boredom

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