The Mystery of Malaysian Airlines 370 by Sylvia Wrigley

kargoforth's review

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This is a straightforward account of the flight, before, during, and after. It compares a few theories with similar incidents, then gives pro or con, according to known facts, of the logistics of that particular occurrence. It is interesting and a few revisions have been made in attempt for relevancy with the case. As of 2016, I believe, revisions were stopped. This does not propose outlandish conspiracy theory scenarios. It does provide information of the flight and the mistakes the Malaysian government made in dealing with the disaster.

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An insightful reading. I'm taking my time finishing this book as I'm a bit slow understanding the aviation jargon. The author really did her best making sure readers like us understand the terms. That's one the best parts of this book besides a lot of comparative cases, references and research of past aviation catastrophic events and how other countries handled it. Thanks to google playbook, i found this book for free. What a treat!