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In Notes from 39,000 Feet Dale Rominger put together a collection of poignant observations from his experiences around the world. With extraordinary clarity, he describes both everyday moments and historical events, including the fall of the Berlin Wall and the first elections in South Africa. In close-up personal encounters in places as far afield as Reykjavik and Luanda, and in the view from afar where he reflects on social and political events from Harare to Seoul, Rominger presents an array of detail which most of us would miss and interprets them in such a way that they haunt us long after we finish reading. Perhaps this is the true value of his work; it is not just a fascinating read, it challenges us to question.

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