Blue Skies Tomorrow by Sarah Sundin – My Review

Revell (August 1, 2011)
Ray and Helen must both face the what-ifs of life head on in order to continue to build their lives as they envision them. The things they thought they’d never have to choose are forced into their consciousness and they must acknowledge the shameful reality that others have chosen to sweep into apparent invisibility by ignoring. With God’s illumination and strength getting out of the darkness others have created by their choices will make better people of them and a better world for others. Faith, strength and a willingness to see what others refuse to recognize as hurtful and evil though difficult at first will prove to be the best thing for Helen and her son Jay-Jay in the long run. Ray’s support and encouragement along the way is the best help she could have from human sources. Once again Sundin brings readers back to her beloved characters from Antioch and intersperses scenes with characters we have come to know from previous books though they are far from home on the battlefields of Europe’s WWI theatre protecting our freedom and that of the western world. As usual she keeps readers wondering when or if these men and women will make it back to the comforts of home much less their current home base in England when mishaps and misunderstandings leave them in places and circumstances they never dreamed they would land. For readers new to Sundin’s Wings of Glory trilogy I suggest starting with the first book, A Distant Melody, to familiarize yourself with Antioch and the characters. Although each book focuses on a different couple the series does build on itself as it goes and reads much better in order from first to last. (ISBN#9780800734237, 427pp, $14.99)

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