Book Review: “Impossible” by Sarah Lotz

Doing a review for this book that does it just is, well… impossible. How I would love to stop my review there, but Amazon and other sites require a certain number of words, so I will endeavour to say more. One of the challenges with doing a review for Impossible (also know as The Impossible…

Book Review: “The White Road” by Sarah Lotz

Having read The Three and Day Four, I was looking forward to reading another book by Sarah Lotz. I wasn’t disappointed. There is so much that I enjoyed about this book. Yet again, like The Three in particular, Lotz is happy to challenge how a book is presented and what can be achieved. In this…

Book Review: “Day Four” by Sarah Lotz

After reading “The Three“, I was looking forward to reading “Day Four”… and it didn’t disappoint. While “The Three” revolved around plane crashes, “Day Four” turns its attention to the seas and a cruise ship. This was particularly interesting for me as I have both been on cruises, but also I am planning for Book…

Book Review: The Three by Sarah Lotz

I was first alerted to this book by one of my former students when they pointed out that my own book Dealing with Disaster in Japan: Responses to the Flight JL123 Crash was referred to in the acknowledgements. Reading such a comment means so much to me, particularly about a book which I put so…

Post 123

This is blog post number 123. For many I suspect that there is no particular significance of this number. 123. Or 1, 2, 3. But for me, I will always associate it with JL123, Japan’s and the aviation world’s Titanic, which has been one of my research areas since 2007. I have already done a…