Passenger 19: A Jammer Davis Thriller By Ward Larsen

Passenger 19


Jammer Davis has spent most of his life investigating aircraft accidents. When a small regional jet disappears over the jungles of Colombia, it is a tragedy like dozens of others he has seen…but for one terrible detail—his young daughter, who was enroute to a semester abroad in South America, is listed on the passenger manifest.

A distraught Davis rushes to Bogotá and bulls his way into the inquiry. When the wreckage is located, it becomes clear the crash was unsurvivable. As the investigation gains momentum, the facts go astray. Two pilots had been shot before the crash, along with one passenger. The possibility of a hijacking looms large as the search begins to focus on two passengers who boarded the plane, yet their remains cannot be found.

Davis uncovers an even more sinister plot behind the entire disaster—one that goes to the highest levels of the United States government. But how could it possibly involve his daughter?


My Review

I was on edge the entire time I was reading this book and each page just begged me for more. It was fast-paced filled with mysteries that left me dazed. The anticipation of wanting to know what happened to Davis’s daughter and the plane crash kept me going.


However, there are some parts of the books that seemed not to be realistic for me. I was skeptical as I don’t think that the scenes can happened in the real world. Even though the book is factitious, I felt that it had to be believable as it is a thriller genre.


Sum Up

I find the book to be an enjoyable read as it just leave me wanting more page by page. The pace and flow of the book is a smooth for experience for the readers. It is recommended to those who would want to find themselves buried in anticipation.

tv in your head


4 Star


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