Crushed by the weight of his dying dreams, David Thorn's life begins to unravel. It's his senior year of high school. Classes are harder, girls are meaner, and his shining career as a football tight end is crumbling before his eyes.
As the world collapses around him, this abrupt turn of events brings into his life an unexpected friend.
In a miraculous way, David finds himself linked to a girl from another time and place through a living stone called an Airlis. Heavenly text messages reveal Elli to be a young angel fighting battles of her own. Together they find the courage to face mountains too big to conquer alone. Neither of them could've imagined how this friendship would change their lives forever.
the author is absolutely amazing, this book is extremely enjoyable for all oh, I would absolutely recommend
This book won't disappoint! Fun, Inspirational, and makes you want to read to the end.
loved it! great book for teens, and new love and the feelings that go with falling in love
Airlis is a fascinating look at the awkwardness and excitement that is the struggle to grow up and figure out what life is and what it should become. The time flew by the first and second time listening to the passion and enthusiasm of the author telling the story of David and his friends as they come to and grow through challenges and help each other through them. Many of the experiences could easily have happened for many readers/listeners. There are so many laugh out loud scenes along with some seriously thought-provoking moments. The level of detail and character developmental make this an enjoyable story with rewards for those who go through it again.