Friday, August 26, 2011

Blue Skies Tomorrow by Sarah Sundin

Blue Skies Tomorrow by Sarah Sundin

Enter 8/22 - 9/22!
To celebrate the release of Blue Skies Tomorrow, the final installment of the Wings of Glory series, Sarah is giving one lucky winner A Vintage Kindle Prize Package!  Read what the reviewers are saying here.
One winner will receive:
* Kindle with Wi-Fi * Handmade vintage apron for you and a friend (see a photo here) * Blue Skies Tomorrow (for Kindle)
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Press Release From Litfuse Publications Love in war - the story of a widow and a hero Award-winning World War II novelist completes Wings of Glory series SEATTLE - Helen Carlisle is recovering from the death of her war hero husband in Sarah Sundin's, Blue Skies Tomorrow (Revell (Baker), August 1, 2011, ISBN: 0800734238, $14.99). Healing from the year, she runs into Lt. Ray Novak-a childhood crush. She has been surviving her loss through copious volunteering, but deep down she is troubled. How much longer can she do this? Is she living a lie? Was her dead husband a hero? How can she live with the past? Lt. Novak faces his own life uncertainty as a dedicated officer who has postponed his calling to be a pastor for the duration of the war. His secondary passion to fly is quenched as an instructor, until he is deployed to Europe for a combat mission just as a romantic relationship with Helen is building. As Helen tries to make ends meet back home and begins to confront the past, Ray encounters a deadly enemy of his own. Will they find the courage to face their challenges? Will the truth come out? Will hope and redemption ring true for Helen? Sure to live up to the high praise of the previous books in the Wings of Glory series, Blue Skies Tomorrow completes the story of the U.S. Eighth Air Force in World War II, covering the infamous Port Chicago Explosion, which occurred close to Antioch, Calif., where Helen and the Novaks live, to victory in Europe. "Both Helen and Ray learn about true courage and how to do the right thing no matter the cost," says Sundin. "They both find they're subconsciously trying to earn God's grace through good works and have to deal with that. "I hope readers will see how they, too, can find courage in the Lord and the strength to face whatever life throws at them."

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My Take:  This book will trasnport you back to the time of WWII and what life was like on the Homefront.  Both of the main characters have to learn how to live their lives not how everyone else wants them to live but how God wants them to live. .  A Great lesson for all of us.  I would recommend this book plus the others in the series if you like historical fiction.  Great Book!!

1 comment:

  1. Mindy - thanks for the lovely review! I'm so glad you enjoyed Ray & Helen's story!


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