China’s Wings reviewed in the Wall Street Journal, and other reviews…


Quite a thrill to see China’s Wings well reviewed in the Wall Street Journal (“exciting”; “displaying Mr. Crouch’s talents as a researcher, portraitist and chronicler”; “inhabited by a host of interesting characters”)

Also by the Pan Am Historical Foundation (“Diligently researched, superbly told”; “a first-rate work of history”; “especially relevant”; should do a lot to transport the appreciation of aviation’s impact on modern history out onto center stage”)

and The New Jersey Star Ledger (“an engaging tale”; “belongs on the same shelf as [Laura Hillenbrand’s Unbroken] and [Erik Larson’s In The Garden of Beasts]”

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