We have a lovely new review from Sally Cronin

As we hop on and off planes with destinations around the globe, we rarely think further than checking the timings and paying with our credit card. Most long distance flights are non-stop and it is now something we very much take for granted.

Imagine you need to make the trip from the UK to Capetown by air in 1936. It would have required several short hops by flying boat down across Europe to the top of Africa and then to several refuelling stops set up on the coast or rivers over the 3,500 miles to the tip of the continent. 

This biography of the young Geoffrey Pett is fascinating, both from a historical perspective and also because of his passion and perserverance in setting up these isolated and sometimes dangerous stations along the route.

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New Review from Sally Cronin

2 thoughts on “New Review from Sally Cronin

  • February 9, 2022 at 9:38 pm

    Nice to see a review that has got relevant facts right, and also provides a relevant and appropriate summary of the essence embedded in the presentation of Geoffrey’s recordings.

  • February 9, 2022 at 10:35 pm

    A wonderful read Jemima and I hope lots more people read this fascinating story.. x


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