Having read another Fuller book "The Ghost of 29 Megacycles" I knew I couldn't go wrong with this one. Fuller is a more 'literary' writer of non-fiction materials. His writing style is easy to follow and pleasurable to read, unlike many others who when writing non-fiction books tend to be 'heavy', boring or difficult to follow. This book covers the story and evidence of life after death, and communication beyond the grave, as seen through the experiences of certain crew members of airships and planes and the families and friends they left behind. Not only does the book give you a fascinating insight into the history of airship design but it does weave together all of the psychic etc events that followed the disaster(s) it covers. It also includes key figures and interesting details, such as Arthur Conan Doyle's involvement and does offer evidence of 'communication' post 'death'. Of course, the skeptics will never accept anything as proof but if you're interested in this kind of stuff then Fuller's books are amongst the best - readable and informative. I suggest his other book, mentioned earlier, as far more shocking and gripping, and also more evidenced by top scientists etc who have completed further successful work in this field (contact with the 'other side'). However, if you enjoyed "Ghost of 29 Megacycles" you won't be disappointed with this book, although nothing can quite match "Ghost.." in my opinion. A fine read by a great writer of non-fiction 'psychic' stuff.