Confessions of a Hostie by Danielle Hugh
Confessions of a Hostie: True Confessions of a International Flight Attendant by Danielle Hugh
Release Date: October 1 2013
Publisher: Monsoon Books
Received from: NetGalley
Cover Thoughts: I like it
Review: I wasn't sure I would like this book. But I have always wondered at the life of a Flight Attendant and it sounded charming. And it was charming. If I was ever to write a book I would want it to be in this format. Me telling you a story about how things are. Correcting myself along the way and saying I'm not really a snob it’s just the way this works. This was a fun light read which was perfect after my last round of heavy reading.
Danielle is amazing. I couldn't image pulling my body through sleeping pills, crazy drinking binges, or customers like that. I couldn't handle the sensory overload of drunks, cleaning the mess up or dealing with their demands. I would love the travel from place to place, and the shopping! The most interesting part is when her co-worker's nose gets broken. I just can't even imagine that happening! The poor guy. I liked the way her manager handled the situation and how this worked.
It was interesting learning a tad more on how she bids for flights. But I can't believe they don't trade Christmas or something. Doesn't seem fair for her to work every Christmas and New Years.
I am very happy with the ending and would like to see how that goes!