Arthur Hailey

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like him a lot

>>By Newrupreht   (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 19:37)



I liked 'Airport' very much! It's a very attractive book! The characters are well described and I was impressed by the history! Well done Mr Hailey!!!

>>By a 17-years-old girl   (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 19:37)



hez a pretty good writer!!!!! liked esp HOTEL

>>By mailsudheer@rediffmail.com   (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 19:37)



I want to write a reading report about the <airport>. Is there anyone want to discuss with me ? charles101@163.com

>>By frenchkiss   (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 19:37)



rather old and predictable plot
was not excited with it
but the image of the main hero is quiet ok

>>By canadakiss   (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 19:37)



so...can anyone provide a good summary of Moneychangers?

>>By econ nerd   (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 19:37)



Excelent Author, I Have All His Books. ( In Spanish )

valentinvaldez@hotmail.com

>>By Valentin   (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 19:37)



what is "strong medicine" about?
can someone summorize it for me please?
thanks

>>By mike   (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 19:37)



i read his 'wheels'...its too much into describing events n its surroundings rather than people.

>>By smita   (Sunday, 26 Jan 2003 19:29)



Swallowed Wheels and Airport in Russian, my mothertongue, and going to read the rest books in author's by my father's advise. Now searching for text of Hotel and found this site. Good mood to everybody!

>>By Maria   (Tuesday, 4 Feb 2003 22:31)



I like Hailey very much but I can't find his biography.

>>By Arangut   (Saturday, 15 Feb 2003 10:11)



I have read a couple (Hotel, Wheels, Money Changers, Overload). What strikes me is that he is about "Progress". Everything need to move forward - Airport need to change design. HOtels need to run efficiently, banks need a social concsience and so on. While I don't doubt that he is a dyed in the wool conservative, He is much more interestng than I anticipated.

>>By Linda   (Sunday, 23 Feb 2003 09:48)



I can't fi nd anything on the web about the biography of arthur hailey and the summary and analysis of " The fi nal diagnosis". If someone can provide me with this important information, please, write it here. Thanks !

Viviana from Argentina

>>By viviana   (Friday, 28 Feb 2003 15:13)



did any one read In High Places by Arthur Hailey.....I need the summary of it and u could email me at hasan_arif@hotmail.com....thx

>>By hasan   (Tuesday, 11 Mar 2003 20:06)



Several of his books are outdated, but they do provide insights into such businesses as hotels, air travel and banking. His research and description rank him with such writers as James Michener (Hawaii, Centennial), Robert Caro (The Power Broker), Douglas Waller (The Commandos) or Edmund Morris (Theodore Rex). Moreover, I am quite sure that many people have chosen a certain career after reading a novel by Hailey.

As a journalist, I feel that Arthur Hailey has influenced--just as much as the staff writers for Newsweek, Time Magazine or the New York Times.

>>By Joel Bader   (Friday, 11 Apr 2003 03:17)



Well, i think, that this book that i read "Wheels" was very good and interesting....And "Flight to danger" also. Keep on going!!!

>>By Virginia from Estonia   (Monday, 21 Apr 2003 11:12)



I think it great how hailey is able to show many realities of human nature, business, and eveything else he writes of. His books are not only interesting, but when you've finished it surprizing how much you've learned!

>>By Andrew W.   (Friday, 25 Apr 2003 01:53)



I'm reading The Moneychangers now.It's really attractive!I love it!!

>>By Ruby Zhou   (Monday, 5 May 2003 16:01)



i want info about airporrt...pplease!!

>>By mm   (Wednesday, 9 Jul 2003 00:10)



I'm currently reading airport and I like it alot, I've read news, bank, detrIoit and I like them all. I completely agree with Jon Bader, these books give very interresting info about different job, industries, proffessional lifestyles, concerning all aspects, social included. I think I like Robert merle for the same reason. (the day of the dolphin, le soleil ne se leve pas pour nous)

>>By hans_uu   (Wednesday, 8 Dec 2010 12:36)



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