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Her Last Flight [Reading] ➸ Her Last Flight Author Beatriz Williams – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk The beloved author returns with a remarkable novel of both raw suspense and lyric beauty the story of a lost pilot and a wartime photographer that will leave its mark on your soul In , photographer an The beloved author returns with a remarkable novel of both raw suspense and lyric beauty the story of a lost pilot and a wartime photographer that will leave its mark on your soul In , photographer and war correspondent Janey Everett arrives at a remote surfing village on the Hawaiian island of Kauai to research a planned biography of forgotten aviation pioneer Sam Mallory, who joined the Her Last PDF/EPUB ² loyalist forces in the Spanish Civil War and never returned Obsessed with Sam s fate, Janey has tracked down Irene Lindquist, the owner of a local island hopping airline, whom she believes might actually be the legendary Irene Foster, Mallory s onetime student and flying partner Foster s disappearance during a round the world flight inremains one of the world s greatest unsolved mysteries At first, the flinty Mrs Lindquist denies any connection to Foster But Janey informs her that the wreck of Sam Mallory s airplane has recently been discovered in a Spanish desert, and piece by piece, the details of Foster s extraordinary life emerge from the beginnings of her flying career in Southern California, to her complicated, passionate relationship with Mallory, to the collapse of her marriage to her aggressive career manager, the publishing scion George MorrowAs Irene spins her tale to its searing conclusion, Janey s past gathers its own power The duel between the two women takes a heartstopping turn To whom does Mallory rightfully belong Can we ever come to terms with the loss of those we love, and the lives we might have lived.


10 thoughts on “Her Last Flight

  1. DeAnn DeAnn says:

    Happy publication day to Beatriz Williams 4.5 aviatrix stars rounded up This is my kind of book historical fiction with some romance and even a twist or two Think Amelia Earhart and America s golden era of aviation There are a few aviation races, the beauty of Hawaii, and even war elements with the Spanish Civil War.This one has dual storylines with photojournalist Janey Everett writing a story about the famous aviator, Sam Mallory, and his mysterious disappearance Janey has spent years t Happy publication day to Beatriz Williams 4.5 aviatrix stars rounded up This is my kind of book historical fiction with some romance and even a twist or two Think Amelia Earhart and America s golden era of aviation There are a few aviation races, the beauty of Hawaii, and even war elements with the Spanish Civil War.This one has dual storylines with photojournalist Janey Everett writing a story about the famous aviator, Sam Mallory, and his mysterious disappearance Janey has spent years tracking down people associated with Sam, including his one time flying partner, the equally mysterious Irene Foster This book seemed so realistic, I even looked up to see if these were real people Janey s hunt takes her to Hawaii and she s wondering if she s found the elusive Irene Foster.Alternating chapters give us the life story of Irene Foster, a ground breaking aviatrix, and I loved reading those parts Janey s determined to get to the truth, but she might not like what she finds I savored the writing in this one, loved the pacing, and raced to the ending The author has a clever homage to her publisher, William Morrow.Thank you to NetGalley, Beatriz Williams, and Harper Collins William Morrow I highly recommend it


  2. Mlpmom (Book Reviewer) Mlpmom (Book Reviewer) says:

    4.5 Beautiful Stars This was so beautifully done with threads that were interwoven and knitted together so well that most of it I didn t even see coming I absolutely loved the historical details about planes and those brave pilots that really laid the foundation for flight today from both women and men alike Truly an engaging story that kept me eagerly turning the pages as each story unfolded over time And thought this wasn t about Amelia, I can totally see the similarities in these two chara 4.5 Beautiful Stars This was so beautifully done with threads that were interwoven and knitted together so well that most of it I didn t even see coming I absolutely loved the historical details about planes and those brave pilots that really laid the foundation for flight today from both women and men alike Truly an engaging story that kept me eagerly turning the pages as each story unfolded over time And thought this wasn t about Amelia, I can totally see the similarities in these two characters and the whatifs of everything that happened on her fateful last flight ARC provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review


  3. MicheleReader MicheleReader says:

    Her Last Flight is Beatriz Williams at her best It s Williams signature Historical Fiction genre that she has perfected but its different than most of her other books which are focused on family relationships This book, set in two time periods, is loosely based on the life and disappearance of Amelia Earhart Williams clearly did a large and thorough amount of research on flight during this period Fascinating.In 1947, Janey Everett, a photographer, is seeking to uncover the mystery of famed Her Last Flight is Beatriz Williams at her best It s Williams signature Historical Fiction genre that she has perfected but its different than most of her other books which are focused on family relationships This book, set in two time periods, is loosely based on the life and disappearance of Amelia Earhart Williams clearly did a large and thorough amount of research on flight during this period Fascinating.In 1947, Janey Everett, a photographer, is seeking to uncover the mystery of famed aviator and daredevil Sam Mallory She has been led to the location of his crashed plane downed in 1937 while he was aiding the loyalists during the Spanish Civil War She now hopes to find Irene Foster, legendary aviatrix who was believed to have perished during a race around the world a decade before although her remains were never found Janey believes that Irene is the key to learning the true story of Sam Her search brings her to Hawaii and the island of Kauai where Irene Lindquist, who runs local flying tours, is revealed to be the long, lost Irene Foster Janey and Irene develop an interesting rapport and Irene slowly opens up to her The exciting story of how Irene and Sam meet and become a renowned flying team and muchis told in the form of a draft of a book Janey is starting to write The growth of Irene and Sam s relationship and their adventures was beautifully presented Through the efforts of a cunning business manager, Irene emerges as a star and becomes a media sensation appearing in countless advertisements and appearing in films She becomes perhaps the most famous woman in the world Sam s star fades Both timelines are equally captivating Janey s story is heartbreaking and her growing relationship with Irene and her family gives the reader hope that the truth being withheld by both women will be uncovered And once it all comes together, what an incredible and satisfying ending.This book truly has it all including two strong female characters who succeed in fields previously reserved for men Many thanks to Edelweiss, William Morrow Harper Collins and the always incredible Beatriz Williams for the chance to read this fabulous book in advance of its June 30 publication I have no doubt that this book will satisfy not only die hard Williams fans but will bring her many new fans as well Review posted on MicheleReader.com


  4. Karren Sandercock Karren Sandercock says:

    In 1947, Janey Everett is a girl who doesn t like to be in one place for too long, she s a busy war correspondent and talented photographer Janey arrives in Hawaii determined to find out what happened to aviation pioneer and dare devil Sam Mallory He was flying a plane for the loyalist forces during the Spanish Civil War, he disappeared 10 years ago and no one has seen or heard from him since She believes the one person who might know what really happened to Sam is his ex student and co pilot In 1947, Janey Everett is a girl who doesn t like to be in one place for too long, she s a busy war correspondent and talented photographer Janey arrives in Hawaii determined to find out what happened to aviation pioneer and dare devil Sam Mallory He was flying a plane for the loyalist forces during the Spanish Civil War, he disappeared 10 years ago and no one has seen or heard from him since She believes the one person who might know what really happened to Sam is his ex student and co pilot Irene Foster They were muchthan good friends and Irene also disappeared in 1937 during an around the world flight organized by her rich husband George Morrow and why did she marry him when she really loved Sam Using her detective skills Janey discovers Irene Foster might be alive and now goes by the name Irene Lindquist A female pilot who s running a tourist business flying people around the Hawaiian Islands, she s married and has two children Janey is smart, she has done her research, she s checked something s out for herself and she has one ace up her sleeve Despite denying she doesn t know Sam Mallory Irene goes rather quiet when Janey mentions a plane has recently been discovered in the Spanish desert, they think its Sam s and a skeleton was found at the scene.What are the chances of two pilots who know each other both disappearing around the same time in unusual circumstances and maybe flying really is a dangerous occupation Irene Lindquist has some scars on one side of her face, Janey is pretty sure that Irene Foster didn t and it adds to the mystery.Janey and Irene are very similar they are strong minded women who worked in male dominant occupations, despite life s knock backs, difficult childhoods, both succeeded and are very determined women As you continue to read the story it has so many twists and turns, and you really have no idea how it will end or if Irene Foster and Sam Mallory are alive I really enjoyed reading Her Last Flight it has everything in one incredible and interesting story, love, romance, suspense, intrigue, deception and a mystery It s the best book I have read this year, five big stars from me and I highly recommend reading it I have shared my review on Edelweiss, Goodreads, Twitter, Australian , Kobo, Facebook and my blog


  5. Lisa Lisa says:

    A story as suspenseful, beautiful and breathtaking as those first remarkable flights into the sky SUMMARYJaney Everett is a photographer and war correspondent in 1947 She is on a mission to write a biography of the forgotten aviation pioneer Sam Mallory, who joined the loyalist forces in the Spanish Civil War and never returned Janey is in Hawaii to track down Irene Lindquist, the owner of a local island hopping airline, whom she believes might really be the legendary Irene Foster, who was Ma A story as suspenseful, beautiful and breathtaking as those first remarkable flights into the sky SUMMARYJaney Everett is a photographer and war correspondent in 1947 She is on a mission to write a biography of the forgotten aviation pioneer Sam Mallory, who joined the loyalist forces in the Spanish Civil War and never returned Janey is in Hawaii to track down Irene Lindquist, the owner of a local island hopping airline, whom she believes might really be the legendary Irene Foster, who was Mallory s flying partner Foster s disappearance during a round the world flight in 1937 remains one of the world s greatest unsolved mysteries Mrs Lindquist denies any connection to Foster But Janey informs her that the wreck of Sam Mallory s airplane has recently been discovered in a Spanish desert Piece by piece, the details of Foster s life emerge from the beginnings of her flying career in Southern California, to her complicated relationship with Mallory, to the collapse of her marriage to her career manager and publicist, George Morrow.As Irene spins her tale to its searing conclusion, Janey s past also come to light The duel between the two women takes a heart stopping turn Can we ever come to terms with the loss of those we love, and the lives we might have lived REVIEWWhat if America Earhart had survived What would her story have been The author notes this book was not intended as veiled biography or theory of Amelia Earhart s disappearance Instead it s a suspenseful and fascinating fictional story featuring two strong willed women and the perseverance to get what they want in life HER LAST FLIGHT is so captivating, I had to keep reminding myself that this a work of fiction Author, Beatriz Williams had me when Janey finds a long lost plane, crashed in the desert surrounding Bardenas Reales, Spain From there you can t stop reading because every chapter leaves you on the edge of your seat with a careful ascent to a stunning conclusion I loved the the way that Irene s and Sam s story in the years 1928 to 1937 was brilliantly told thru skillfully crafted book excepts written by Janey One of my favorite things was the organization of the chapters blending the past into the present days of the 1947 and alternating between Irene and Janey quests The organization propels you through the story with a ride as breath taking as those first flights into the sky Williams writing magically transports us to another time, the years when aviation was still new, exhilarating, and fascinating Both Janey and Irene are well developed characters strong, independent women well ahead of their time They are just another of my favorite things about this book Williams passion is historical fiction and she does it well She lives with her husband and four children in Connecticut where she divides her time between writing and laundry She is the bestselling author of 11 novels recently including The Glass Ocean and The Golden Hour Thanks to LibraryThing for an advance reading copy of this book in exchange for an honest review Publisher William MorrowPublished June 30, 2020 Review www.bluestockingreviews.com


  6. Elizabeth of Silver& Elizabeth of Silver& says:

    HER LAST FLIGHT is another beautifully detailed book telling the story of two pilots, Irene Lindquist and Sam Mallory It is also about Janey Everett, a war correspondent photojournalist, who is trying to get the story of Sam Mallory out of Irene who has hidden herself from the public.The book smoothly moves back and forth between 1928 to 1947 telling the background stories of each character.The characters are likeable for the most part, and pull you into the story.HER LAST FLIGHT is a mesmeriz HER LAST FLIGHT is another beautifully detailed book telling the story of two pilots, Irene Lindquist and Sam Mallory It is also about Janey Everett, a war correspondent photojournalist, who is trying to get the story of Sam Mallory out of Irene who has hidden herself from the public.The book smoothly moves back and forth between 1928 to 1947 telling the background stories of each character.The characters are likeable for the most part, and pull you into the story.HER LAST FLIGHT is a mesmerizing read and difficult to put down simply because of Ms Williams writing style and storytelling skills.Historical fiction fans, aviation fans, and fans of Beatriz Williams will not be disappointed in this lush tale of passion, loss, and determination.This book was given to me by the publisher in exchange for an honest review


  7. Rachel Rachel says:

    Her Last Flight by Beatriz Williams is an amazing historical fiction gem that alternates between two female characters in two different timelines 1947ish with Janey Everett and late 1920s 1937 with Irene Foster Lindquist.The author gives the reader insight into both strong, fierce, and fiery women in each alternating chapter and weaves an intricate and intriguing story where the reader learns all about both Irene and Janey through their upbringing, background, passions, failures, flaws, trium Her Last Flight by Beatriz Williams is an amazing historical fiction gem that alternates between two female characters in two different timelines 1947ish with Janey Everett and late 1920s 1937 with Irene Foster Lindquist.The author gives the reader insight into both strong, fierce, and fiery women in each alternating chapter and weaves an intricate and intriguing story where the reader learns all about both Irene and Janey through their upbringing, background, passions, failures, flaws, triumphs, and harrowing journeys to land them both where they are at the culmination of their paths to the final, and stunning conclusion Though these women seem to be very different at first, as one reads the tale impressively woven by Ms Williams, we learn that they aresimilar and have farin common by the way of the charismatic, charming, imperfect yet somehow perfect, and undeniably fascinating Sam Mallory pilot and daredevil extraordinaire The plot which the reader can read from the synopsis itself is unique and fascinating I loved learningabout planes, aerodynamics, some of the history of aviation and its progress into mainstream media during the 30s 40s I also truly enjoyed reading the subject matter regarding the female role, introduction, and brake throughs into this male dominated field I have a soft spot for seeing strong women that are determined to overcome the mountains and barriers to be able to access and succeed in fields that were originally off limits to women This book has it all romance, history, family, loyalty, love, gut wrenching losses, and perseverance to overcome any obstacles Despite their faults, I found I was drawn to Janey and Irene and actually loved them bothbecause of it all I rooted for them, I shed tears, and I smiled at the amazing twist and positivity perfect ending I was riveted to this book from page 1 all the way to the perfect end Nothing else could have possibly fit as well as this was truly a satisfying ending This book most definitely receives 5 5 stars I have been a huge fan of Ms Williams from the beginning, and this latest novel did not disappoint You will truly enjoy it Thank NG and William Morrow Harper Collins for this ARC and in return I am submitting my unbiased and voluntary review and opinion I am posting this review to my GR and Bookbub accounts immediately and will post it to myand BN accounts upon publication Thank you again


  8. Christina Boodhan Juras Christina Boodhan Juras says:

    This new novel from Beatriz Williams tells the story of Jane Everett, a photojournalist who embarks upon researching and writing the story of Irene Foster, one of the first women in flight some 20 years earlier At first, I thought this book might have been an historical fiction about Amelia Earhart which would have been quite interesting, but this was a close second There is a reference in the epilogue to Amelia Earhart so it may be that this story is loosely based upon her life and work.The This new novel from Beatriz Williams tells the story of Jane Everett, a photojournalist who embarks upon researching and writing the story of Irene Foster, one of the first women in flight some 20 years earlier At first, I thought this book might have been an historical fiction about Amelia Earhart which would have been quite interesting, but this was a close second There is a reference in the epilogue to Amelia Earhart so it may be that this story is loosely based upon her life and work.The story is told in alternate chapters between past and present, which I usually enjoy and is so richly detailed in its writing that I was able to vividly picture it as I read The story overall, while intriguing, felt contrived in some spots and fell a bit flat for me overall, until the last 100 pages of the book.The characters were well developed I was fascinated with Jane s character and story and her persistence to get the story out of stand offish, aloof Irene who bordered on annoying because of it The chance meeting between Irene and Sam and their eventual partnership in flight seemed a bit too convenient for me, but it was a good storyline.There were quite a few other characters which might have been added to create some depth to the story but were extraneous in my view I liked the description of the background and landscape of the different countries featured throughout the story I especially liked the description of the different flights which was not too technical so it was fairly easy to follow I enjoyed the details of the story overall, but some of it might have been cut down so that it could get to the point That said, there were a few interesting twists towards the end which made me improve my initial rating from 3 5 to 4 5 In summary, if you like Beatriz Williams, you will certainly love this


  9. Marisa Marisa says:

    Holy book hangover can I givethan 5 stars Loved, loved, loved Beautifully written Characters I ll never forget I love Beatriz williams and all of her books but I was absolutely blown away by this story HER LAST FLIGHT is historical fiction, inspired by Amelia Earhart It is not a fictionalized biography but the inspiration is there I ve always loved historical fiction because to me it allows me to escape my daily life fully the year, the place everything This book was in a word O Holy book hangover can I givethan 5 stars Loved, loved, loved Beautifully written Characters I ll never forget I love Beatriz williams and all of her books but I was absolutely blown away by this story HER LAST FLIGHT is historical fiction, inspired by Amelia Earhart It is not a fictionalized biography but the inspiration is there I ve always loved historical fiction because to me it allows me to escape my daily life fully the year, the place everything This book was in a word OUTSTANDING Full of love and surprises I cried I laughed I fell in love with a book boyfriend I cheered and celebrated strong women And I gasped at many parts This is a nearly 400 page book that flowed and you don t want to put down because you are so invested and for me lost in the story I loved every page and will be recommending this to EVERYONE on its release date of July 7 This book is so special Thank you to Beatriz for sending me a signed copy won from a giveaway she did on her page I am very sad I won t be able to tell you how much this story touched me in person at Expo this year but will be keeping my eye out for a tour The characters of Irene, Sam and Janey will stay with me forever


  10. Bev Bev says:

    This was such a great book I have always been fascinated by flight I remember reading a book about Amelia Earhart when I was very young being so engrossed in that book Well this sure brought back those memories.Beatriz Williams does a great job in this historical novel, seamlessly covering different characters and different time lines I really hated when I turned to the last page since I had to say goodby to the characters This was such a great book I have always been fascinated by flight I remember reading a book about Amelia Earhart when I was very young being so engrossed in that book Well this sure brought back those memories.Beatriz Williams does a great job in this historical novel, seamlessly covering different characters and different time lines I really hated when I turned to the last page since I had to say goodby to the characters


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