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Book: A Child Lost in Flight
A first person account of a father coming to grips with the sudden death of his child.
Amazon eBook: http://www.amazon.com/Child-Flight-Moving-tragedy-ebook/dp/B008E9KKCW|
Air travel continues to be the safest mode of transport though fatal accidents do occur. A Child Lost in Flight is a first person account of a father coming to grips with the sudden death of his child on an international flight.
It is a first person account of a father coming to grips with the sudden, accidental death of his child on an international flight. The story is about his tragedy and trying move on after it. The story is about his tragedy and the author’s experiences in recovering and moving on. When the author and his wife lost their baby on international Jet Airways flight 229 at the time of landing, they were heartbroken.
The author recollects the birth of little Aditya, the reason for international travel with the baby, details of the incident and aftermath. He attempts to make sense of the sudden death and about his drastically changed priorities. In this book, Mohan combines his analysis of grief, search for answers and explore the time spent in “recovering” and what really helped him move on.
Chapter 1: Preamble
Chapter 2: Aditya Born
Chapter 3: Flight 229
Chapter 4: Morgue to Grave
Chapter 5: Questions – Autopsy but no answers
Chapter 6: Questions – Jet Airways’ Response
Chapter 7: Get over it! And tough luck doing so
Chapter 8: Switzerland: Eat, Love, Pray
Chapter 9: Moving on
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