Sometimes it's impossible to pinpoint the moment it went wrong - for Martagon, it is impossible because there were so many of these moments. He has ... Show synopsis Sometimes it's impossible to pinpoint the moment it went wrong - for Martagon, it is impossible because there were so many of these moments. He has fallen head over heels in love for the very first time, and he doesn't know how to do it very well. Martagon is an engineer who has made his work his entire life. He is at the forefront of his industry and his career has never been more exciting. His cutting-edge expertise with glass structures has garnered him international praise, but he is ashamed of the personal errors in judgment he has made along the way. Martagon yearns to be simply "a good person" but somehow he keeps getting in his own way. Working on his latest challenge, a new airport in Provence, Martagon meets the love of his life - the beautiful and enigmatic Marina. Martagon's life is thrown completely out of balance by his love for Marina, and he takes risks - both personally and professionally - to be with her. Written with the urgency of new love, and sharp insight into the relationships between men and women, "Flight" is ultimately a story of loss and discovering. Of self-discovery and the need to belong. Of the risks we take and the mistakes we make for passionate love. A story of a man and a woman, and a man and his inspiration. "From the Hardcover edition."