Confessions of a Hostie: True Stories of an International Flight Attendant by Danielle Hugh

Confessions of a Hostie: True Stories of an International Flight AttendantReceived an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review

2.5*

As a big fan of airports and air travel, I was looking forward to reading this and getting an insight into the life of a flight attendant.  Did it live up to expectations?

Sort of.  The eye-opening tales are included such as the incident with the Polynesian man, what hosties do to get revenge on high maintenance passengers, not to mention the drinking, partying and infidelity in the downtime.

Highlights include the aforementioned Polynesian man and also the last incident described with the man who had a heart attack.

However, ‘Danielle’ came across just a bit too snarky, materialistic and superficial for me to really warm to her and with such a non-fiction book, you kind of have to like the author to truly like the book.

Book: 2.5*

Cover: 2*

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