I have been fascinated with aviation since I was a child. I am always looking for a good book, other than educational types (Ins. Proc. Handbook, AC-00-6b) to read during the rare downtime. So far I have read (listed in order of enjoyment): 1. Flight of Passage by Buck, Rinker 2. Sled Driver, Flying the Worlds Fastest Jet by Shul, Brian 3. Fate is the Hunter by Gann, Ernest 4. Forever Flying by Hoover, R. A. 5. Stick & Rudder by Langewiesche, Wolfgang I bought "The Flight: Charles Lindbergh's 1927 Trans-Atlantic Crossing" by Dan Hampton to read soon, but would appreciate the suggestions of others who have delved deeper into aviation literature. I enjoy a suspenseful plot line with excitement and details about the aircraft/route being flown.