|By PR Newswire||
|July 30, 2014 08:40 PM EDT||
PRINCETON, N.J., July 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- An informative new book, concerning the fate of Malaysia Flight MH370, together with comments on media treatment and the need for improved tracking has been published by Outskirts Press: "THE LANDING AT AIPOTU: A FANTASY ACCOUNT OF FLIGHT MH370" by John F. Brinster.
Media accounts of its aborted flight were merged with a fictional story in process at the time of its loss on 8 March 2014. Contrary to indications of the most likely scenario, it suggests alternatives for possible consideration.
"The Landing At Aipotu: A Fantasy Account of Flight MH370" by John F. Brinster, is based on speculation following its mysterious disappearance with no sign of debris found anywhere.
The new story is contained in the fifth book of the popular (Professor) Cackekry series, a collection of unusual books of subtle literary satire on behavioral function of the mammalian human mind, especially with respect to incessant warfare, increased terrorism, and unending religious conflict. Aipotu, Utopia in reverse, is a natural plateau and airstrip located in the heart of the Himalayas described in prior books.
Copies of recent books are available to qualified reviewers through the publisher (Outskirts Press, 10940 S. Parker Rd, Parker, CO 80134; Tel 1 888-672-6657) and for sale to the public, in paper and electronic format, are from outlets such as Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Apple ibooks. See reference website http://www.Brinsterbooks.com/ .
John F. Brinster, scientist and author, is a magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Princeton University where he created technology for World War II weaponry and advanced aircraft testing. He was a member of the National V-2 Panel and worked with Wernher von Braun at White Sands Proving Ground, N.M., in testing early missiles for American military and space flight, preparatory to the first U.S. earth satellite and the moon landing programs.
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SOURCE John F. Brinster
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