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I really enjoyed the character development in Peter’s flight; I found it to be very impressive considering that the page count was just over a hundred pages. I liked Peter I think he is a really nice character but I did find him to be very passive in his approach to people which I did find quite irritating but I think letting rude comments slip and having good manners is a big part of making a good impression on people which is obviously important for his job.
I also found the plot to be quite impressive considering the page count as well, a lot happens and this book can be quite fast-paced at times but I liked that because I was looking for an easy read, I wasn't looking for anything that was overly descriptive or a story-line that went into a lot of detail about the main characters past.
Peter has been in love with his boss Tatiana ever since he has begun to work with the company. Peters love for Tatiana can be annoying, I found myself wanting to reach inside of the book and grab Peter by his shoulders and tell him to get a grip! But with that being said I did find Peters love for Tatiana to be very sweet but it was clear that Tatiana never had a true genuine interest in him.
Overall I enjoyed reading Peters Flight. I am going to recommend this book to somebody who has a busy schedule and is looking for a good book for some night -time reading or somebody who is just looking for a light-hearted read that doesn't involve too much effort on the reader’s part. This book does deal with some depressing themes such as death so if that would offend you then I wouldn't recommend this book to you. I also wouldn't recommend this book to somebody who is looking for an enthralling story because Peters Flight isn't too impressive but it is a good yet simple read.
I rate this book 3 out of 4 stars.
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