In the novel, Girl On a Plane, by Miriam Moss, Anna's plane gets hijacked. The night before she got on the plane, a friend of hers told her about previous hijackings that week. But Anna's mom, Marni, said that would never happen to her. But it did. Anna is flying by herself and her family is flying the next day. Anna's father works in the military so she is constantly moving. On the plane, Anna is seated between two other unaccompanied minors, David and Tim.
They all become really close and support each other through their whole journey.
Everyone on the plane has to go with very very little and sometimes even no food or water. How do they survive? Read the book to find out. I really enjoyed reading this book. It was very interesting from start to end.
The author described events and feelings very well. She made sure you knew exactly what was going on from beginning to end of the story. I would recommend this book to ages 12 and up. The novel talks about violent and scary events including guns and bombs. And it might be scary for some readers. But, overall, I would rate this book 100 stars and highly recommended it.