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At 1600 feet, horror strikes flight 447

During a flight from Amsterdam to Madrid, an airplane crashes on a solid cloud.
Then more than half of the passengers disappear…

Eighteen-year-old Linda is on her first flight as a stewardess. So far, she hates everything about it. The constant humming of the engines, the nagging of the passengers, the crying babies… Luckily the plane is almost at its destination. Little does she know her body will touch the ground in a way she had never expected before.

Trapped more than a thousand feet high on a cloud, she and everyone onboard find out the hard way that there had gone something terribly wrong. And not just with the airplane.

In the end, there’s a plane crash is a suspense/horror story. If you like pageturners with a lot of twists and blood-curdling horror, then you will definitely love this book by award nominee and bestselling author J.Sharpe.

Pick up In the end, there’s a plane crash today and enjoy the flight!

Be a part of my Advanced Reader Team and read the book now for free!

This novella comes out on the 16th of May. But you can already start reading if you decide to be a part of my Advanced Reader Team.

* What do you get as a member of my team:

– As a member of my team you get the book FOR FREE as an epub, mobi and/or pdf file as soon as it’s out of the editing phase.

* What do I ask in return:

– If you see any typo’s or other mistakes, please send them to me in an email. (

Also, I would love an honest review in the first week when the book is published (May 16th 2020). The book will be free to download for a couple of days during the launch week. (Don’t worry, I will send you an email reminder when the book is live.)

Please only summit a request when you are able to download (and review) a book on Amazon.

* You can download the book in pdf, Epub and Mobi file.

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“Sharpe is a master in creating goosebumps, a feeling that I used to have a lot when, as a child, I read the book series Goosebumps and Fearstreet."

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