We Will Be Crashing Shortly
Hollis Gillespie
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Jun 20, 2019 - 04:52 AM By Hollis Gillespie

April Mae Manning from Unaccompanied Minor is back, and back in trouble, but this time, she s run out of chances April Mae was raised on airplanes by her flight attendant parents But since her dad s death and her mom s remarriage to the nefarious pilot Ash Manning, April s been in nothing but danger two airplane crashes two car crashes and now, as a student pilot, iApril Mae Manning from Unaccompanied Minor is back, and back in trouble, but this time, she s run out of chances April Mae was raised on airplanes by her flight attendant parents But since her dad s death and her mom s remarriage to the nefarious pilot Ash Manning, April s been in nothing but danger two airplane crashes two car crashes and now, as a student pilot, in an old plane crippled over the Caribbean Can she survive, and save her friends, or is this the watery end to Crash Manning s story Praise for Unaccompanied Minor A laugh out loud thriller about family court, money laundering and skyjacking Kirkus Reviews
  • Title: We Will Be Crashing Shortly
  • Author: Hollis Gillespie
  • ISBN: 9781440567704
  • Page: 246
  • Format: Hardcover

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AH Jun 20, 2019 - 04:52 AM
About a 3.5 star read for mePlease note that this book is best enjoyed if you have read the first book Unaccompanied Minor which is hilarious, especially if you've ever worked for an airline. We Will Be Crashing Shortly continues the story of April Mae "Crash" Manning, a street-smart (or shall I say airline smart?) teenager and airline heiress. The book is mostly told from April's point of view and is a madcap adventure through Atlanta and on board an L1011 on its way to the Cayman Islands. What [...]
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Audrey Wilkerson Jun 20, 2019 - 04:52 AM
[COYER RWBRAT]**This is the sequel to Unaccompanied Minor, so there may be some spoilers.**This book is even crazier than the first. It picks up shortly after April Mae Manning, the almost-sixteen-year-old, who is now the owner of WorldAir, suddenly doesn't for a while. There's a dispute about whether April's grandfather is really her grandfather after all. And then there's a few dead bodies; her friend, the Waffle House waitress, is hanging on by a thread in the hospital; her best friend, Malco [...]
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Linda Jun 20, 2019 - 04:52 AM
Another excellent story!Airplanes, torture, corpses, crashes, mysteries to be solved and tons of action. Again, I learned things about planes and airports I never knew. Looking forward to the next action filled story with these characters.
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Michelle Arrow Jun 20, 2019 - 04:52 AM
This review can also be found on A Thousand Lives Lived, check it out for more!Planes? Crashes? Mystery? These rhetorical questions are actually describing my love for the genre that Hollis Gillespie's sequel is based on: Mystery, with some thrill. But I'm suggesting that you keep in mind all of the negatives that this book actually had, because I promise you that they aren't too thrilling and exciting. This book was rather more questionable than exciting and more unbelievable than real. Isn't t [...]
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zapkode Jun 20, 2019 - 04:52 AM
My Thoughts – April Mae Manning is now a sixteen year-old that has a lot of life ahead of her. However, as the title suggests she seems to find herself in yet, another plane crash situation. This book was much like the first in terms that there are many plot twists within the pages that you don’t really expect as you are reading them. Some kind of creep up on you and when you read it your thinking is that so, others make you think major plot twists and some make you think the words I thoug [...]
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Elisa Jun 20, 2019 - 04:52 AM
Gillespie writes for young adults without questioning their maturity. She's able to keep the tone snappy without compromising the quality of her work, something I appreciate while simultaneously reading a book whose author seems to think she's writing for kindergarteners. Once again, April faces trauma after trauma, and her strength comes in the way she logically handles the chaos in her life. Though at times unbelievable, her ability to reason through a situation inspires readers to approach th [...]
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Natalie Jun 20, 2019 - 04:52 AM
I received a free copy of this book through the Giveaway program in exchange for an honest review.'We Will Be Crashing Shortly' is a continuation/sequel of 'Unaccompanied Minor.' April Mae - who was revealed to be the heiress of WorldAir at the end of 'Unaccompanied Minor' - finds her inheritance questioned, and the baddies who were after her in 'Unaccompanied Minor' show up and make a huge mess of her life, yet again. She finds herself in several car crashes, a burning house, and ultimately on [...]
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Megs Jun 20, 2019 - 04:52 AM
April Manning is back in this sequel to Unaccompanied Minor and her life is just as crazy as ever! There something fishy going on with the wealthy Colgate family, which also happens to include April's best friend Malcolm. That dirtbag/stepfather Ash is back, but April is ready to face him with help from her friends Flo, Ned and LaVonda.Realism is definitely not the goal of this series. So much crazy stuff happens that I highly double would ever happen in real life. But if you go in not expecting [...]
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Ktmholm Jun 20, 2019 - 04:52 AM
April Mae (aka "Crash") Manning, the 15-yr-old "airline kid" from UNACCOMPANIED MINOR, where she helped save an entire planeload of passengers from a bomb, again finds herself in danger in the skyt to mention crashing the car while taking her driver's test, witnessing her best friend's kidnapping, and just barely surviving a house fire well as finding numerous dead bodies. You could say the plot is unbelievable (and that's putting it mildly); after all, who could really survive so many brushes w [...]
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Will Jun 20, 2019 - 04:52 AM
I won this book in a Giveaway.I'll admit I haven't read the first book (Unaccompanied Minor) in this young adult series but I read, and enjoyed, each of Hollis Gillespie's adult memoirs as they came out. The tone and humor here are much the same. A snarky teen girl named April Mae, who lives in and around airplanes, finds herself involved in conspiracy and murders and must use her know-how, know-what, know-why, and know-who to solve it all. The book is pretty good. It reads sort of like a darke [...]
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Eva Jun 20, 2019 - 04:52 AM
April Mae Manning leads an exciting life for a teenager. “We will be Crashing Shortly” follows April or “Crash” Manning as she dodges several attempts on her life with airplane crashes and car accidents. We get an insider’s peek at the airline industry as we anticipate April’s next challenge. Both male and female young adult readers will laugh and cheer on our protagonist. Thank you GoodReads for the book
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Mary Jun 20, 2019 - 04:52 AM
We Will Be Crashing Shortly, a sequel to "Unaccompanied Minor", was fantastic. I should have read Unaccompanied Minor first, but thouroughly enjoyed the characters, humor and very realistic fiction. It is a great read and glad I won this book from ! I like Hollis Gillespie style of writing.
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Michaela Jun 20, 2019 - 04:52 AM
Seeing all the good reviews Î am sure there a lots of readers who enjoy this book, but unfortunately I am not one of them. After reading the first pages the main character already got on my nerves. I continued reading, but the story is so unrealistic that I gave up after approx. half of the book. I got this book through a Giveaway.
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Jessa Franco Jun 20, 2019 - 04:52 AM
I really enjoyed the first book Unaccompanied Minor, but this one is far too ridiculous. I'm honestly disappointed.
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T.M. Carper Jun 20, 2019 - 04:52 AM
Great follow-up. If you liked the first, you'll lvoe the second as most of the original characters are back, plus a few new ones.
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Patrycja Jun 20, 2019 - 04:52 AM
This book is awesome. It surprised me so many times. I read it quick, turning pages to see what happened next.And happened next a lot.
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Denise Jun 20, 2019 - 04:52 AM
Very fun read. The action was consistent, even if hard to believe. Very entertaining book for young people. Would make a good read aloud.
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Joanne Jun 20, 2019 - 04:52 AM
Great second book. Love how snarky April Mae is - she truly makes the book a fun read.
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We Will Be Crashing Shortly By Hollis Gillespie April Mae Manning from Unaccompanied Minor is back, and back in trouble, but this time, she s run out of chances April Mae was raised on airplanes by her flight attendant parents But since her dad s death and her mom s remarriage to the nefarious pilot Ash Manning, April s been in nothing but danger two airplane crashes two car crashes and now, as a student pilot, iApril Mae Manning from Unaccompanied Minor is back, and back in trouble, but this time, she s run out of chances April Mae was raised on airplanes by her flight attendant parents But since her dad s death and her mom s remarriage to the nefarious pilot Ash Manning, April s been in nothing but danger two airplane crashes two car crashes and now, as a student pilot, in an old plane crippled over the Caribbean Can she survive, and save her friends, or is this the watery end to Crash Manning s story Praise for Unaccompanied Minor A laugh out loud thriller about family court, money laundering and skyjacking Kirkus Reviews

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