Features of The Last Bush Pilots PDF
Two young pilots, Daniel “DC” Alva, and Allen David Foley, take on the world’s most dangerous flying: the Alaskan bush. But Mother Nature—and an alluring Native Alaskan—stand in their way. Can the two cheechackos survive and launch their fledgeling airline careers?” The Last Bush Pilots PDF
A contemporary aviation novel and adventure!
“I flew through The Last Bush Pilots in one sitting, keeping my seatbelt securely fastened. A fast-paced tale, thoroughly enjoyed.”
—John Wegg, Editor, Airways Magazine
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Dimensions and Characteristics of The Last Bush Pilots PDF
- Identification Number : B00A943BDA
- Publisher : EALiterary Press (November 16, 2012)
- Publication date : November 16, 2012
- Language : English
- File size : 26016 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 319 pages
- Page numbers source International Standard Book Number : 1480279889
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #74,136 in Kindle Store
Brilliant aviation thriller!
August 31, 2021
Thoughtfully crafted and relentlessly entertaining, ‘The Last Bush Pilots’ has it all – adventure, drama, compelling characters, and one of the most memorable settings imaginable: southeastern Alaska. Captain Auxier keeps the pages turning by injecting a generous dose of wit and firsthand occupational knowledge into his unique writing style. As a fellow author and pilot, much of this plot was relatable, which made this a tough book to put down.
Five out of five stars from me!
Sam B. Wagner
A fascinating inside look at the rare people who challenge Alaska’s extremes in flight
March 18, 2022
Moving cargo and people by float or wheeled planes in a land with few navigation aids and vicious weather changes demands courage and skills as the options for the unwary are certain death. Ceilings with blinding rain can drop to less than 100 feet in minutes and Heaven help the poor soul who tries to fly over the heavy clouds as holes back to earth are seldom found and may lead to mountain peaks. An outstanding tale and well worth the time.
Why Alaska is called The Last Frontier
November 17, 2017
Those who have lived in Alaska will appreciate the authenticity of Eric’s writing sytle. Those who have never been to Alaska will find themselves wanting to visit (or maybe even move there). The various plots woven into the bush flying narrative are captivating – including unexpected lines such as the Casa Blanca reference.
Having spent 30 years of my maritime career as an Alaska harbor pilot flying to and from jobs with bush pilots, the story line brought back many memories – and had me reliving the tension of some of those flights. Anyone inclined to push the “Buy” button for this book will not be disappointed.
Good story for small aircraft pilots.
October 21, 2021
I considered going to Alaska to fly in 1971,but I realized that it would cost me a wife! Sometimes I still regret the choice!
Alan J. Wahlers
The Last Bush Pilots – A book that has it all
April 2, 2019
I found Captain Auxler’s book, “The Last Bush Pilots” an excellent read. As a pilot I can attest to the accuracy of his aviation details. He also spins a great story without bogging down his book with so many aviation details that non-pilots would lose interest. This book has everything, love, flying, and great characters. I’ve ordered more books written by this author and will be keeping my eyes open for future books.
Cathy in Colorado
Enjoyed the Alaska descriptions
July 28, 2021
I enjoyed this book greatly. The trials a tribulations of the bush pilots were interesting, but the descriptions of Alaska sights were memorable. The drawings at the beginning of each chapter are amazing!
Dina L. Bowling
Not a frequent reader, but a pilot and LOVED this book!
August 14, 2021
As a pilot, I’m always skeptical when I go to watch or read something with aviation as part of the storyline. All too often it’s not exactly accurate and out goes my interest. This, however, was seriously excellent! Not only are all the aviation parts of the book accurate and interesting, but so is the storyline. An excellent read!
So You Wanna Be A Pilot.
July 14, 2021
I’ve always enjoyed flying stories. This is a good one. Climb in, strap in, do your preflight and take off.
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