Truly great aviation related books are hard to find, but some books appear again and again on recommended reader lists.
FATE IS THE HUNTER
by Ernest K Gann
New York Times Book Review Few writers have ever drawn their readers so intimately into the shielded sanctum of the cockpit, and it is here that Mr. Gann is truly the artist
by Robert Mason
[Chickenhawk]’s vertical plunge into the thickets of madness will stun readers. — Time
The Next Hour by Richard L Collins
From the don’t know anything to the know it all pilot a must read. After almost 50 years of writing for Private Pilot magazine Richard Collins put all the knowledge he learned over that time in this book.
The Next Hour will change your view on flight safety in general aviation.It highlights the high danger areas and makes you think what you can do to avoid those scenarios.