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Eight year old Maisie has lost her mother, found her father and gained an aunt. Her life is confusing, but her one escape from her fractured reality; she can fly. Her father disappears, her aunt banished from her life and Maisie is suddenly grown up and wondering where her life went and how things went so wrong.

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 “When I get back we’re going on an adventure together.”

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Maisie at 8000 Feet is a rambling mixture of past, present and possible futures that is confusing and seemingly pointless to the extreme. Frederick Reuss has created and introduced characters with no substance and a story-line with no point and no end. The combination of worthless dialog and abstract reasoning manage to lull the reader into a strange sense of expectation that is never realized. Reuss takes the premise of a flying girl and and creates such bland characters and useless architectural mumbo-jumbo that whatever he was striving for was lost in oblivion. Readers with time to spare and who don’t mind rambling pointless novels might want to try this one; everyone else just find something else to read. This is a total waste of time and energy as it leaves such an unsatisfied feeling when you reach the end that I cannot give any positive recommendation.

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