It Shouldn’t Happen To A Microlight Pilot

Fiction - Drama
242 Pages
Reviewed on 03/12/2021
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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite

It Shouldn’t Happen To A Microlight Pilot is a work of fiction in the interpersonal drama, aviation, and slice of life sub-genres, and was penned by author M. P. Ward. Written for adult audiences, the work does contain moderate scenes of violence and sexual references, as well as adult content and the use of explicit language in parts. Written specifically for those with a passion for aviation, we find ourselves following the exploits of one Steve Vard as he learns the trade of pilots, as well as the effect that this journey has on his personal life, the people he meets, and his perspective on the world after flying over it anew.

Author M. P. Ward puts clear passion for flight and ultralight aircraft into every page of this enigmatic and charming novel. Though it is certainly for a niche market with its intensive detail on flying and becoming a pilot, those who are curious about this pursuit and those who already enjoy it will get a lot of inspiration from the light-hearted and enjoyable narration. The protagonist Steve glides through life with its usual ups and downs, presenting a likable everyman that many readers can relate to and enjoy the world through his experiences. It is clear that many of Steve’s experiences come from the author’s own life by the warmth with which they are penned, and overall this makes It Shouldn’t Happen To A Microlight Pilot an uplifting and enjoyable drama for those who enjoy its sporting themes.