I received this book for free from Merit Press, Simon Pulse in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

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{We Will Be Crashing Shortly: Hollis Gillespie}We Will Be Crashing Shortly by Hollis Gillespie
Series: Unaccompanied Minor
Published by Merit Press, Simon Pulse on June 15, 2015
Genres: Realistic Fiction, Young Adult
Pages: 240
Format: Hardcover
Source: Merit Press, Simon Pulse
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{Synopsis} – 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, 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?

{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 thought so to yourself.

I really enjoyed this book as it has its own kind of humor, its an interesting attention grabbing story and it allowed me a better look at the characters I enjoyed in the previous book. I think that anyone that enjoys realistic like fiction, airplane trivia and a light hearted suspense story could enjoy this series as much as I did.

I do hope that the author chooses to add more books to this series as I have come to love the characters and their playful banter and the means in which they communicate with one another. I think it would be fun to read on into the story and see what becomes of their lives in another year or so.

Final Conclusion: 5 Star Rating.