Baggage Claim

Baggage Claim

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Baggage Claim 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this book and found myself laughing out loud until I finished it! It is a must read if you want to exercise those stomach muscles. Sam giving in-flight instructions to the passengers on the plane was classic comedy writing. Kudos to the author, job well done!!
krystalsbooks on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
This was good although a bit predictable at the end.
altima313 on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
The humor and laughs in the story is outrageous! It was enjoyment to read this tale. This book will make you laugh out loud. Some of the disses they traded back and forth will have you wiping the tears from your eyes because you will laugh so hard. I know some of what happened in the book is far fetched, but it's the work of fiction, so you should know not to take certain things to seriously. This is a good fun book to read. There were many clichés as well as sentences that rhyme (pg. 182) 'Once in the city, fancy cable cars we hopped while city fashion windows we shopped, until finally back in the hotel lobby on an old leather sofa we flopped. We were exhausted from the long day.'The dialogue of the characters intertwined with the proposterous plan of finding a fiance' by flying through the friendly skies will keep you reading this book from cover to cover. It sort of had a typical ending. It is definitely great stage writing.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is enjoyable, although it is clear right from the beginning what is going to happen in the end. The characters are humorous, though, and it is a fairly good book. Worth reading.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed the book. It gives you something to think about (how family and society view unmarried women over the age of 25). However, I thought that the characters were not developed as much as they could have been. But nevertheless it was a good story with humor. Many of the women I know have dated one or more of the types of guys in this book. This is the first book that I have read by the author.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Her mom is a serial spouse always married though her number of husbands requires a data base to keep score. Her thirty five year old daughter airline stewardess Montana Moore has never been married though she is beautiful and perky. Unlike her mother who finds positive qualities in any man, Montana classifies men in accordance with types of luggage.

Her best friend William and flight buds Rabelaisian and Sam thinks Montana needs to drop her genre system and find a man in time to show off a fiancé at her youngest sister's engagement party. Montana has several potential mates to consider: a successful realtor; a hip hop record producer; a fiery preacher; an attorney, and zillionaire older guy. All carry excess baggage in Montana¿s mind so she claims none as a possible spouse. However, the right bag is closer to home than she realizes if she can only see.

Fans of lighthearted romantic romps will appreciate the amusing BAGGAGE CLAIM that is at its best satirizing other novels. The story line is fun, but inane as Montana soars the friendly skies seeking a life mate. Her helpers and her family are even more absurd than her. Readers needing some escapist fluff will enjoy David Talbert¿s lighter than air novel.

Harriet Klausner