The Last 30 Seconds

by Maria Muia


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Hardcover
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Softcover
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Book Details

Language :
Publication Date : 6/1/1998

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 215
ISBN : 9780738800561
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 215
ISBN : 9780738800554

About the Book

Have you ever struggled with emotions so strong you thought you would cough your heart up into your throat and choke to death? Have you ever been so close to death that its flames singed your eyelashes and its ghostly smoke coated your clothes with the smell of terror? Have you ever pondered the meaning to life and then actually found an answer? You will do all of this and more in The Last 30 Seconds.

Just as fate led Franki Marinari (the heroine) to flying, it too would lead her life on a journey filled with adventure, tragedy, chance and circumstance. Franki is a young, successful, independent woman who must come to terms with life, mortality, and faith.

She enjoys an exciting job and the love of close friends and family, and she is secure in herself and the world around her until the unthinkable starts to happen. The very threads that bind her life together, that define her childhood and the woman she has become, begin to rip, tearing away at the seams of her being. All that was stable and secure is now in question.


About the Author

Maria Muia has been published in The Flyer, Pipers, Cessna Owner, the Lifestyle Section of the Indianapolis Sunday Star, and on the cover of five state aeronautical charts.

Maria began flying in her teens from small airports in the rural Midwest. She is an instrument rated pilot with a ground instructor certificate. Most of her flying experience has been in a Piper Cherokee Six. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Aviation Administration and a Masters of Science degree in Business Management.

Currently, she is the manager of the aeronautics section of a state department of transportation. As manager, she maintains an active role in the formulation and review of state and federal programs and policies, and she assesses and proposes changes in state and federal aviation legislation.