Sometimes, things don't work out as expected. Lori Jakiela thought she'd escape a boring life in Pittsburgh by taking a job as a New York-based flight attendant, which proved much more of a pain than expected. She thought her big break would be a book of poetry (she has a masters degree in that area); instead, she got a contract for this fairly decent (though slow moving at first) memoir.
Bad Bad Bad. This should have never been written. I picked it up at the library after doing a search on books about flight attendants. on the cover is a plane, luggage and a flight attendant. this book is so not about that. the first 73 pages arent even worth reading. they are about the author's parents and the family is soooooooooo boring. theres nothing interesting or different about the family.
the next chapters are ok, but still, nothing out of the norm.
the freaking author doesnt even start talking about becoming a flight attendant until page 136!!!!! to make it worse, she ends her short time as a flight attendant on page 226. not even 100 pages about flying! and those few pages are sooooooooo boring and half of the pages have stupid stories that have nothing to do with being a flight attendant!
the author leads a totally boring life, and wrote a totally boring book. i spent two hours of my life- no i wasted two hours of my life reading this crap. the only reason why i finished it is because i was at the airport and didnt have another book on hand. oh dear lord- the author should just shoot herself. at least then shed be worth writing about!