The Awakening, 1942
He skips from before the beginning of an Orson Scott Card series to after the end. A decent bit of writing but you can't help feeling cheated by it.
This could be a teaser for a beloved Douglas Adams series. Short, tangled, and kaleidoscopic. It doesn't even seem to have a narrative. And then, on further thought, that seems appropriate.
Perfectly titled, and a nice twist of an ending. Arthur makes nice use of correspondence as a framing device. I'd comment on it further but I would spoil the surprise.
The pilot's daring escape was worth reading, and I would have rather ended the story with yet another daring escape, but instead Arthur went off on a supernatural tangent. Not my cup of tea.