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At 16000 feet, horror strikes flight 447 During a flight from Amsterdam to Madrid, an airplane crashes on a solid cloud. Then more than half of the passengers disappear... Eighteen-year-old Linda is on her first flight as a stewardess. So far, she hates everything about it. The constant humming of the engines, the nagging of the passengers, the crying babies... Luckily the pl At 16000 feet, horror strikes flight 447 During a flight from Amsterdam to Madrid, an airplane crashes on a solid cloud. Then more than half of the passengers disappear... Eighteen-year-old Linda is on her first flight as a stewardess. So far, she hates everything about it. The constant humming of the engines, the nagging of the passengers, the crying babies... Luckily the plane is almost at its destination. Little does she know her body will touch the ground in a way she had never expected before. Trapped more than a thousand feet high on a cloud, she and everyone onboard find out the hard way that there had gone something terribly wrong. And not just with the airplane. In the end, there's a plane crash is a suspense/horror story. If you like pageturners with a lot of twists and blood-curdling horror, then you will definitely love this book by award nominee and bestselling author J.Sharpe. Pick up In the end, there's a plane crash today and enjoy the flight!


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At 16000 feet, horror strikes flight 447 During a flight from Amsterdam to Madrid, an airplane crashes on a solid cloud. Then more than half of the passengers disappear... Eighteen-year-old Linda is on her first flight as a stewardess. So far, she hates everything about it. The constant humming of the engines, the nagging of the passengers, the crying babies... Luckily the pl At 16000 feet, horror strikes flight 447 During a flight from Amsterdam to Madrid, an airplane crashes on a solid cloud. Then more than half of the passengers disappear... Eighteen-year-old Linda is on her first flight as a stewardess. So far, she hates everything about it. The constant humming of the engines, the nagging of the passengers, the crying babies... Luckily the plane is almost at its destination. Little does she know her body will touch the ground in a way she had never expected before. Trapped more than a thousand feet high on a cloud, she and everyone onboard find out the hard way that there had gone something terribly wrong. And not just with the airplane. In the end, there's a plane crash is a suspense/horror story. If you like pageturners with a lot of twists and blood-curdling horror, then you will definitely love this book by award nominee and bestselling author J.Sharpe. Pick up In the end, there's a plane crash today and enjoy the flight!

30 review for In the end, there's a plane crash: A Suspenseful Horror

  1. 4 out of 5

    Peter

    The novella strongly reminded me on Stephen King's Langoliers. I loved the idea with the mysterious book anticipating the ending. That was very spooky. The characters were a bit too flat. It would have been better to focus on the mysterious book than to describe characters that add nothing to the terrifying course of action. What happened to the plane? Why were people missing? What about the crash and blood? In the end there were many questions open. There is some potential here but it should be The novella strongly reminded me on Stephen King's Langoliers. I loved the idea with the mysterious book anticipating the ending. That was very spooky. The characters were a bit too flat. It would have been better to focus on the mysterious book than to describe characters that add nothing to the terrifying course of action. What happened to the plane? Why were people missing? What about the crash and blood? In the end there were many questions open. There is some potential here but it should be directed more to the mysterious book. What was David reading? A King novel? There could even be a follow-up to this story...

  2. 4 out of 5

    Ruth Parker

    This book was a creepy short story with a terrifying problem on a plane at the heart. I am a little scared of flying and this creeped me out due to that. It was an interesting short piece although I felt like it could be longer to give more detail, to not rush through the terror. I’d read even more of it if I could.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Dixie

    read this and absolutely loved it. read nothing like this before and just really enjoyed it. only problem is was too short. would have loved it a lot longer. great book

  4. 4 out of 5

    Dove Daniel

    This is a genuinely awful book on every level. The characters: a very toxic woman who dreams of beating babies to death, and a whole bunch of dudes, completely indistinguishable from each other, and a small child. The characterisation: every character sounds exactly the same, including small children and the above-mentioned monster of a woman, this makes it impossible to figure out who is who. The dialogue: bland, samey, and sometimes utterly baffling. At some point when a character is speaking wit This is a genuinely awful book on every level. The characters: a very toxic woman who dreams of beating babies to death, and a whole bunch of dudes, completely indistinguishable from each other, and a small child. The characterisation: every character sounds exactly the same, including small children and the above-mentioned monster of a woman, this makes it impossible to figure out who is who. The dialogue: bland, samey, and sometimes utterly baffling. At some point when a character is speaking with his child over the phone, one of them utters the phrase, “With Clara.” I don’t know who said it or what it means. This is not an isolated incident. The format: each chapter was from the point of view of one of the key players. I don’t know why. All the head-hopping did nothing to expand the story. Most of it was pointless filler – unless the point was to get me to hate most of the character and instantly forget the rest? – until the story got going, at which point I had no idea why I was supposed to care that these tools were in peril. The story: utter drek. To give a non-spoilery summary, “a plane lands on a cloud and things get spooky from there.” Except it starts out daft, escalates exponentially, then calms down, then ends abruptly with no sense of what happened. The final chapter attempts to explain everything in a tone of “Aren’t I clever? Is your mind blown? It should be.” Except it’s not clever and my mind wasn’t blown. It reeked of the “and then I woke up” ending that every six year old tacked on to the end of a story because they ran out of time. Save your time and money. This is not worth either. You’re too good for this.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Rose Aitken

    Short but very intriguing I’ve read books with a similar idea before but not constructed in an aeroplane. It’s an interesting and intriguing book full of a predicted future. It kind of lacks a conclusion but as a short story it does work. There could be sequels to I. Maybe a bit too much ‘he said’ and so on but since it is short it’s not quite as irritating as it would be in a longer book. Very good and some interesting thoughts on parenting too. It’s a liberal-minded book that manages to reflect Short but very intriguing I’ve read books with a similar idea before but not constructed in an aeroplane. It’s an interesting and intriguing book full of a predicted future. It kind of lacks a conclusion but as a short story it does work. There could be sequels to I. Maybe a bit too much ‘he said’ and so on but since it is short it’s not quite as irritating as it would be in a longer book. Very good and some interesting thoughts on parenting too. It’s a liberal-minded book that manages to reflect modern society as well.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jay Ward

    Interesting read Excellent scene & character building by the author. I think with this story you could actually write several different books with various outcomes based on the characters decisions. I also think there is enough of an initial story for a full length novel with some small changes. Overall it's a fun, quick, & engrossing rollercoaster ride in the clouds. Careful watch your step! Interesting read Excellent scene & character building by the author. I think with this story you could actually write several different books with various outcomes based on the characters decisions. I also think there is enough of an initial story for a full length novel with some small changes. Overall it's a fun, quick, & engrossing rollercoaster ride in the clouds. Careful watch your step!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Randy Raetz

    This really should have been in a collection of short stories. Seemed more like someone’s first outing at writing a book, and the theme reminded me of other stories just like this one. Not much character development. You can read this in 15 minutes. It would be nice if this author wrote a longer novel and got you more engaged with the characters. I have not looked into his other stories, but at $6.99 for such a short book, I would have passed on it.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Debra Robinson

    Shades Of the twilight zone. I gave this book 5 stars because was short but very very good. It kept me Reading straight through from beginning to end. It took me back to the 60s when I was younger and watching the twilight zone with Rod Sterling. I will definitely continue to read books by this author.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    In the end, there's a plane crash - 4/5 By J. Sharpe This was an entirely new and different to anything I have read before about books and air travel. This book centres around a commercial airliner, all the crew and passengers, and a fortune telling, murdering book! If you want something short, sweet and to the point - I would definitely recommend this novella! In the end, there's a plane crash - 4/5 By J. Sharpe This was an entirely new and different to anything I have read before about books and air travel. This book centres around a commercial airliner, all the crew and passengers, and a fortune telling, murdering book! If you want something short, sweet and to the point - I would definitely recommend this novella!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Kenzie

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I liked this book! I wanted to keep turning the pages for sure. It was an easy and quick read. I would’ve loved to see how the ‘book’ ended a little more. I felt there could have been slightly more detail into some of the characters, and the disappearances but I also get that it was an evil just repeating itself over and over again. I would still love to read more by this author.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Nick Meyer

    Now, this is just what you need to read straight through in 15 minutes. When I got to the end I actually laughed! But then I said, holy crap! Beware of kids on airplanes! This is one read for my cloud library.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Betty Johnson

    Disappointing, Ridiculous and so on....... I was looking for a short story to read and happened to come upon this book in Kindle Unlimited. Don't bother with this one....it is a WASTE OF TIME! Disappointing, Ridiculous and so on....... I was looking for a short story to read and happened to come upon this book in Kindle Unlimited. Don't bother with this one....it is a WASTE OF TIME!

  13. 4 out of 5

    John Morris

    Too short a story, by half! This was a unique story, quite outstanding really. However, just as you are getting into the tale it ends, suddenly and without explanation. Quite surprisingly, for such a short story, I really enjoyed it.

  14. 5 out of 5

    HOLLY

    It was fine but very short. If it was longer you could have made a better story. The end was to quick and sounded rushed to get it published.

  15. 4 out of 5

    kim wood

    Plane crash Really enjoyed this book and I couldn't put it down , well written . Read it one sitting. Highly recommended Plane crash Really enjoyed this book and I couldn't put it down , well written . Read it one sitting. Highly recommended

  16. 4 out of 5

    Lydia Suzanne Jones

    Not great It all felt incredibly rushed, nothing flowed and the concept of jumping from one character to another was messy. It was pretty much over before it even started.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jeni

    An interesting short horror story. Quick read with good characters and spooky plot. Don't read this while flying! An interesting short horror story. Quick read with good characters and spooky plot. Don't read this while flying!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Kieran

    This was a fine short story. I don't think I would urge anyone to go out of there way to read it but if it sounds interesting to you I would give it a go. This was a fine short story. I don't think I would urge anyone to go out of there way to read it but if it sounds interesting to you I would give it a go.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Laurie Tell

  20. 5 out of 5

    Patricia Sealey

  21. 4 out of 5

    Sam

  22. 4 out of 5

    Alison

  23. 4 out of 5

    Charlotte

  24. 4 out of 5

    glynn hawkins

  25. 5 out of 5

    Trudie Johnson

  26. 4 out of 5

    Avril Edwards

  27. 4 out of 5

    John

  28. 4 out of 5

    shirley shortman

  29. 4 out of 5

    annette francis

  30. 4 out of 5

    Frank Clarke

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