The Boy Who Fell Out of the Sky: A True Story
by Ken Dornstein, a review from Esquire by Benjamin Alsup.
"Reading a memoir is often like sharing an excruciatingly long cup of herbal tea with a particularly dopey stranger who has a life-affirming story to tell. But there is little solace to be found in Ken Dornstein's investigation into his older brother David's life and horrifying death aboard Pan Am flight 103 in 1988. In fact, I can't remember a single passage in The Boy Who Fell Out of the Sky that traffics in empty sentimentality or easy cliché." Read the entire Esquire review.