Flight attendant turned New York Times bestselling author T. J. Newman—whose first book Falling was an instant bestseller, an international sensation translated into 30 languages, and the biggest thriller debut of 2021—returns for her second book, which 'reads like Apollo 13 underwater' (Don Winslow).
Six minutes after Flight 1421 takes off, it crashes into the ocean.
The passengers who survive the crash think it's a miracle.
They believe they're the lucky ones.
Then the plane begins to sink to the ocean floor.
The survivors are trapped inside.
Against all odds, a massive rescue operation is launched to save them.
T. J. Newman is a former bookseller and flight attendant whose first novel Falling became a publishing sensation and debuted at number two on the New York Times bestseller list. The book was named a best book of the year by USA TODAY and Esquire, among many others, and has been published in over thirty countries. The book will soon be a major motion picture from Universal Pictures. T. J. lives in Phoenix, Arizona. Drowning is her second novel.
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