Review for "A child lost in flight"
I agree, this is a quick read and I admire the way the author describes the scenes without over use of adjectives and unnecessary descriptions. The horrific story,in an of itself has many compelling stories intermingled and draws
the reader in at many levels of emotion. It is direct and visual,and a story that many people of all walks of life can relate to in one way or another. Mohan has touched on a subject of our world becoming, "desensitized" and almost numb when faced with a reality such as losing a child. I feel this book just scratches the surface of underlying issues that Mohan and his wife face, as well as perhaps many other people who are going through depression for one reason or another. Perhaps people have lost a sense of compassion and feeling... or maybe it's just that they aren't equipped to help for whatever reason and therefore feel helpless
Writing about a tramatic event, such as losing a child can be cathartic. I hope this book is the first of a series. Seriously folks... 50 Shades of Grey? Come on... we can do better than that.
Thank you Mohan for sharing a story with substance and meaning. Bravo