the reading made what was already a great story - amazing. Was sorry when it ended. Would reccommend it to anyone who loves to imagine what what happen if everything was exactly as it seems.
The narrator and supporting cast really made the story.
I am always surprised when a really good crew can give that extra layer that you cant get from a book.
If it was the only game in town....
The last book of the series continued with many twists and turns right up to the end.
An easy listen with easy to follow instructions.
Actually had to put it aside when my first exercise worked so impactfully and give it a think. Put the Bible's instructions to love and stay on the positive side of the world in thought and deed - in a whole new light.
Love this book. would give it 4.5 if I could.
Found it a little hard to warm up to the central character at first - but she grew on me. loved the background on the WASP unit from WWII
Cute premise - but a little heavy handed and didn't ring true for this quiet Canuck.
Perhaps it will capture the heart of an American reader.
Loved Schmidt's book Wednesday's Wars and was not disappointed in this book which continues the life of the main character's best friend.
Book is intended for teens - but crosses the adult divide and makes for a nice lite listen. Lincoln is a great reader and perfect match for the central character.
Kevin told the story in a very unassuming way that made the impact of what happened to him even more powerful: going from a grinding high pressure success journey to zero in a matter of hours.
..and then detailing the love that helped him come to terms with all that followed.
May have dated myself with the Headline :) but loved the story and how it made you examine the things you take for granted.
Loved the book. It gave a great perspective to a world I will never know.
While the book was really a history lesson on the German Airforce during WWII thru the eyes of an ace pilot - the second part of the story - saving a bomber was a nice bonus.
Bought this book around the same time as "letters from a woman homesteader". Interesting to compare the women that flourished in the hardship and loneliness and those who needed a gentler world.
A sad book and cant say I warmed up to the hero.
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