Sorry to disappoint you if you thought this was going to be about the Erica Jong novel featuring the exploits of Isadora Zelda White Stollerman Wing, but it's actually about fear of flying, as in an airplane. You havent read the aforementioned novel ? I wonder if they'd ban it if it came out today. Before you go search for the title at your local library, have a look here (below) if you are afraid to park your butt in an overpriced, (and too narrow) seat 36 thousand feet off the ground. I have never had a problem flying, in fact I always opt for a window seat and almost continually look out the window at the terrain below testing my knowledge of geography. If the view is obscured by clouds, I love to look at the cloud formations. It's not everyday you can go whizzing along at 600mph and (hopefully) not hit anything. I love the rush of take off when the old aluminum bird roars it engines and goes screaming down the runway…. what an intense feeling of freedom when you lift off and the sun glints on the wing. You just have to suspend fear, refresh your memory as to the reasonable reassurances and try to enjoy. Keep in mind there are literally hundreds of airliners in the air right now, over this country alone. The worst part about flying is likely the price.. concentrate on that, or pick up that book and read it on the plane.