Spencer Gray is twelve — finally old enough to join Dad in his glider. His mates are going to be so jealous!
Going up is awesome. Spencer can’t believe they’re actually there; can’t believe he and his dad are flying in an aircraft with no engine high above the earth, the paddocks green and yellow squares below them. Crazy.
And, as it turns out, it is.
When disaster strikes the glider mid-flight, Spencer will need to be nothing short of amazing.
“The clever writing allows the reader to simultaneously admire the bravery and determination of Spencer … while exploring human fear and fragility.” Magpies
“… this is a brilliant junior fiction read for boys who like adventure stories.” Scoop Magazine
“This story is told warmly and with humour and would be a terrific read for 12 years + readers. I highly recommend this book.”
“Perfect for primary-aged readers this is an exciting story of survival, family and friendship.”
Out and About with Kids
“Deb Fitzpatrick tells the story of a young man’s courage and clear-headedness in an extraordinarily difficult situation. ****”
Good Reading Magazine