Now the "Airport" came into my life. Knowing the author relieved me of any asumptions, and what was left - made me only enjoy the book.
Now, of the book:
I feel more gaining when a book has several story lines. Connected or not, it's always captivating to watch a few actions at a time. At least for me. I think it's goes deep in the roots of my multifunctionality...)))
As I was speaking - That huge machinery, called Airport, is a spinning wheel of faith. It's a structure beyond the bulding, and the life maker beyond the structure. And the moste tempered, calculated, grounded person in all this croud calvar is Mel. My type of male. Well-doing person and good-willing mind got me.
Another mascule I would allow myself to adore is Joe Patroni. Raw carismatic professional, loveable husband and man of a Promise.He is a trouble-shooter and a reliable person. It takes a *Joe Patroni* to get things done. And that's a life rule at the Airport.
My not so much Crush Nominee goes to another good God creature Keith - selfconcious, sacrify oriented, heart person. My prayers were with him all the time and I'me revigorated that the happy end enlighted his soul.
And of course - Ada - that little devil of the airport flights. This Lady was really getting on my nervs. She was the one who enjoyed her own lies, so that's a big NO fo me. Seeming so innocent and harmless, but always calculated, Ada is a caracter of disturbance.
More than a good book for me! Read it!
#book title: Airport #author: Arthur Hailey<< Those were going to take a lot of working out, if they could be worked out at all, and there was a limit to the number of complications a man could handle at one time.
<< London is the kind of inefficient mess which only the English can create."
<< there aren't many takers---eligible ones---for used bride with baby."
<< You could lose communication in other ways besides the spoken word.
<< at times he had the impression that her little hands reached up and gathered stars of truth.
<< Is there any fat rush?" "Not really," Mel said. "Any time in the next half hour will do."
<< old enough to be experienced, young enough to be taught a thing or two and to get excited,
<< Sexually, Lionel was a dying duck.
<< An airline flight from any major terminal is, in effect, like a river joining the sea.
<< recently he had taken to throwing paint on canvas, then riding over it with a child's tricycle.
<< "I already warned my men. They'll make with the jokes and save the jujitsu."
<< When the girl looked at him directly, Guerrero---who was seldom affected by women---had the feeling he was going to melt. She also had the biggest tits he had ever seen.
<< and if Cindy had been able to choose a moment for dying, because nothing afterward could ever be that moment's equal, she would have chosen then.
<< He had long ago recognized that in life there were gambits which you won, others that you lost.
<< And what was true here was true elsewhere.