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Review: After the Crash

Editorial Review - - Joe Hartlaub

There is a finality to airplane crashes. You rarely hear of survivors among those souls who draw the wrong cosmic card and find themselves spending their final few moments succumbing to the inevitable pull of gravity and the result of a force meeting an immovable object. The foregoing is starkly illustrated to a great, but not total, degree in the first few pages of Michel Bussi's novel. Already a ... Read full review

LibraryThing Review

User Review  - jmchshannon - LibraryThing

After the Crash came to my attention through a marketing pitch from the publisher. Unlike most pitches though, this one included the prologue and the first chapter of the book. By the time I finished ... Read full review

After the Crash

User Review  - Publishers Weekly

French crime author Bussi makes his English-language debut with an insightful thriller. A three-month-old girl, dubbed the Dragonfly by the media, is the sole survivor of a 1980 airline crash in the ... Read full review


User Review  - Kirkus

A plane crash and the identity of its lone survivor form the delicious premise for Bussi's novel. It's 1980, and a plane en route from Istanbul to Paris crashes into the side of a mountain. Everyone ... Read full review

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