Wingspan



A one-act play that is both entertaining and intriguing.


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SUMMARY

Originally produced as a one-act play, Wingspan is a the story of a young flight attendant with a fear of flying, who is about to work her first transatlantic trip. When a veteran co-worker tries to help her through the turbulent crossing, she discovers that a fear of flying is the least of the young woman’s secrets.


REVIEW

Hold on tight, there is more than a little turbulence on this flight to London. The flight attendants swap secrets at the beginning of the flight and Emily confides a shocking story. The dialog is entertaining, and the story is intriguing as the two women discuss the next steps. I loved it, but was left thirsty for...the rest of the story.



CHRIS BOHJALIAN is the author of The Fight Attendant and The Sleepwalker, in addition to eighteen other books. He lives in Vermont. Thanks to Netgalley, Chris Bohjalian, and Penguin for an advance reading copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.


Publisher Penguin Random House

Published March 26, 2019

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