She'll Never Get Off the Ground

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  • Title: She'll Never Get Off the Ground
  • Author: Robert J. Serling
  • ISBN: 9780385079655
  • Page: 477
  • Format: Paperback
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    924 thoughts on “She'll Never Get Off the Ground

    • How many times have I read this book? It's impossible to say. It has just gotten better with time, it's definitely on my Top 5 list!

    • 3.5 stars, based on my recollection from reading this book in the 1970's (and re-reading).The book starts with the personnel manager for a major airline, who is about to interview Dudney Devlin for a job as a pilot. Devlin's resume is very impressive. But it doesn't mention that Dudney is femaleThe first half of the book is excellent. After being hired, Dudney has to go through training, with teachers and coworkers who hope she washes out. Serling is very knowledgeable about flying, and the desc [...]

    • This book is certainly a product of its time - so many things made me cringe, especially the sexist and racist comments that are written as though they are progressive (and possibly were for mainstream America of the early 1970s). In that way, it's a interesting look into a time I don't know too much about. The story itself is engaging, the characters as fleshed out as one would expect for a pulp novel. There was a LOT of "airplane speak" - sometimes it felt like the author was dumping as much j [...]

    • Por momentos tantos términos absolutamente aéreos llegan a confundir, incluso a cansar; así como también hay momentos en que la historia de Devlin comienza a chocar por su melosidad, pero permanece en el libro una disfrazada melancolía hasta el final del mismo. Y eso es con lo que me quedó y aprecio de esta novela.

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