Propeller One-Way Night Coach: A Story

Propeller One Way Night Coach A Story When his actress mother decides to move to Hollywood Jeff an eight year old boy who dreams of flying in a plane begins his journey with connecting flights airline food stopovers and time spent i

  • Title: Propeller One-Way Night Coach: A Story
  • Author: John Travolta
  • ISBN: 9780446522571
  • Page: 129
  • Format: Hardcover
  • When his actress mother decides to move to Hollywood, Jeff, an eight year old boy who dreams of flying in a plane, begins his journey with connecting flights, airline food, stopovers, and time spent in first class.

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    436 thoughts on “Propeller One-Way Night Coach: A Story

    • John Travolta is a fairly good actor.John Travolta is famous.John Travolta is quite wealthy.John Travolta is a scientologist.John Travolta can therefore publish a book.It's lighthearted enough, but honestly, the sum is not greater than or equal to its parts.


    • What a nothing little book. Not merely because it has so few pages for after all it's meant as a children's book, but because the story is so pointless. The little boy as the narrator is rather generic, not really fleshed out. No mention is made of the boy's father, or what the boy feels, longing or sadness. His joy concerning the flight is very evident and it's finely written, but the rest of it is flat. And the ending is just too pat. The retiring captain of the night coach gives the little bo [...]


    • Yes, the John Travolta. That's why I picked it up at a used bookstore in Minnesota.He apparently wrote this for his family, as a sort of gift. They loved it so much, he decided to "share it with the world."As a gift, I suppose it's quite cute.As a published work, it falls very short.I think in his sharing, he should have allowed an editor to have at it. He's obviously not a writer. Or anything remotely resembling one.Super-short little story about a boy who loves flying. His mother is a wanna-b [...]


    • A cute little tale about a boy who is experiencing his first air plane ride. It is his dream come true, which is the whole point of this little fable: if you wish hard enough, sometimes your dream will come true.


    • I bought this book for a dollar as a joke gift for my brother's birthday, but couldn't resist reading it first. Despite the terrible writing, weird illustrations, and complete lack of plot or story structure, it was rather entertaining.



    • Apparently, John Travolta wrote this story as a gift for his family. Only one side of each page contains print, and the ink is blue. It's a tiny book, but definitely worth taking the time to read.



    • Cute short story, but no fantastic read. I bought it because I love John Travolta. I still love his movies. Don't give up your day job John!



    • The book was okay, and perhaps the sex parts aren't really appropriate for 8 year olds. But I really liked reading the descriptions of airplane travel in the early 1960s--Oh for the days of no need for security and for passenger comfort.


    • This short book is a biographical and chronological view of John Travolta's love of flying as seen through his eight year old eyes. Remarkably fresh, a literary breath of fresh air.


    • Excellent story. It is a pitty that John Travolta hasn't written more books so far. I liked the human way he treats his family characters.


    • Who knew John Travolta wrote a book? It was a quick cute read about an 8 year boy and his first plane adventure in the early 1960s. It appeared that airline travel was a little more friendly and hospitable then. Infused with illustrations by the author. Some of the material was a little adult (the mother is a flirt) so I don’t that it is really a kid’s book. Enjoy with a nice cup of tea or coffee!


    • John Travolta is an excellent actor -- amazing in "Pulp Fiction," and a dancing machine in Saturday Night Fever". He's a great family guy, and probably would be fun to have as your pilot.But who ever thought he could write a children's book? No one who reads this book!Do you think celebrities get the urge to write and think, "How hard could it be to write a book for kids?" Pretty hard, if you're going for quality!


    • Poorly, poorly written. Creepy how the grade school narrator talks about how his mom is trying to be sexy so she can meet a wealthy man on the plane. Couldn't continue after 7 pages. Travolta is stilla great actor though!


    • This book was just terrible. I don't even know how to find the words. For starters, some one should tell John Travolta what the definition of a fable is, because this most certainly was not one. Honestly I don't even want to waste my time critiquing the rest because it's not worth my mental energy.


    • Scientology Propaganda!!!!Well, not really, but Travolta wrote it, so there must be something Hubbard-esque about it.


    • Cute book - reminded me of my parents era. Nice short read - very sweet but a little unsettling on how life was in early years of flying especially for women.







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