The opening of a super airport offers one of four airline makers the holy grail of orders but there are forces at work trying to stop the airport from opening or perhaps to stop one of the airlines from surving.
A different take on an airbourne thriller, China Dome, sets out its stall early and with few surprises other than the final ‘whodunit’. It’s tense, fun, and exciting and doesn’t try to be anything other than a hard to put down thriller. The cast of characters are for the most part enjoyable and likeable. The internal and external stresses of this Chinese super airport are well presented and make a nice background to the main story.
Very enjoyable book!