‘Landing Gear brilliantly conveys the extent to which contemporary technologies permeate our lives and shape our identities… A fitting follow-up to its award-winning predecessor, Landing Gear is a beautiful and profound story about finding love, peace, and meaning in a too-busy world.’
Read the full starred review in Quill & Quire.
Suburban housewife Harriet spends her days doing what she’s worst at. Formerly a local radio host, now she grocery shops for her family who has too much to eat, parents a son who refuses to communicate with her, and tries to be a wife to a man who hasn’t embraced her in years. But what starts out as a mundane trip to the supermarket turns her world upside down when a mysterious man falls out of the sky from the landing gear of an airplane onto her car, and survives. He’s starving and he’s freezing cold. What can she do but bring him home to her family?