Flight – reviews

Flight by Isabel Ashdown OFFICIALPraise for Flight

‘Brilliantly told.  Ashdown’s novel exemplifies contemporary fiction that explores the dynamics and complexities of family life’
We Love This Book

‘A compulsive read … Flight has great clarity and meaning’
newbooks magazine

‘We’re fans of Isabel Ashdown and this novel doesn’t disappoint’
– Bella magazine

‘Beautifully written and brimming with emotional honesty, this is the most engaging and enjoyable novel I’ve read this year’
– Sussex Life magazine

‘Ashdown has a real gift for storytelling – enjoyable, engrossing, with a few twists and turns along the way’
Tripfiction

‘How I loved this book. Isabel Ashdown has an uncanny knack of telling a story that leaves you satisfied and still curious’
– Brighton & Hove Independent

‘Hard to put down … Flight may be her best so far’
– George Allan, The White Spike blog

‘Exquisitely written … both heart-breaking and thought provoking’
– Anne Cater, Random Things Through my Letterbox

‘There is a neat twist in the book, but … you don’t read Ashdown for the surprise at the end of the book: you read her for her characters, the way that she evokes place and for the sheer quality of the writing’
The Bookbag

‘Masterful storytelling’
– Sally Cronin, Smorgasborg

‘Engaging and emotional’
Fleur in Her World

 ‘Flight encompasses so much life and emotion’
– Helen Walters, Fiction is Stranger than Fact

‘I read the ending through tears … Isabel lays bare emotions we don’t want to acknowledge or own up to feeling’
– Shaz Goodwin, Jera’s Jamboree

‘Profoundly perceptive … worth your undivided attention’
Pamreader Blogspot

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