"This is going to be a tough one, Dr. Cooper. I don’t know of anyone who’s ever flown a plane blind, much less landed it." Dr. Cooper looked through the binoculars at his son in the Cessna. "Well… there's always a first time." Fourteen-year-old Jay Cooper is enjoying the view from his Uncle Rex's Cessna when a low-flying 757 speeds past them. Caught in its wind turbulence, their small plane is shaken violently, knocking Rex unconscious and leaving Jay blind from a head injury. With fuel running out fast, Jay drifting in and out of consciousness, and the plane heading straight for a mountain range, this high-flying adventure shows the importance of faith as Jay faces numerous unseen dangers.
I loved it. Being a Seattle native and a father who was stationed there while in the Coast Guard I felt as if I watched the whole ordeal. I loved learning what the numbers of a run way mean. This is my favorite of the Cooper series. Enjoy Frank Peretti narrating his own works as it makes them come alive.
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