I read this book because I was in between book club reads and I needed something quick to read. This turned out to be just that. I had seen the movie, so I knew the basic storyline. I have to say the movie glamorized it much more than the book did. It was a bit of a dry read, I mean the story itself was interesting Frank became a pilot because he saw one and wanted to be adored that way. Everything fell into place for him to pull the scam because people were so trusting. He would just walk in somewhere and get what he needed, that would never happen in today’s society. The fact that he could pull off his impersonation for so long, is a sign of his intelligence, and his luck. He did get caught eventually, but there were some tight spots before then he charmed his way out of. When he was finally caught, I though France’s punishment seems too harsh for his crime; I mean he isn’t a murderer or a rapist. They just about killed him for scamming some airlines. Little bit of a let down at the end, I mean he just escaped in the US and the book ends. Like a I said a quick read, but not a literary masterpiece.