The Sky Above Us




      The Sky Above Us
Numbed by grief and harboring shameful secrets, Lt Adler Paxton ships to England with the US 357th Fighter Group in 1943 Determined to become an ace pilot, Adler battles the German Luftwaffe in treacherous dogfights in the skies over France as the Allies struggle for control of the air before the D day invasion.Violet Lindstrom wants to be a missionary, but for now she serves in the American Red Cross, arranging entertainment for the men of the 357th and setting up programs for local children Drawn to the mysterious Adler, she enlists his help with her work and urges him to reconnect with his family after a long estrangement.Despite himself, Adler finds his defenses crumbling when it comes to Violet But D day draws near and secrets can t stay buried forever. Best Download The Sky Above Us [ by ] Sarah Sundin [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – heartforum.co.uk

Sarah Sundin enjoys writing about the drama and romance of the World War II era She is the bestselling author of The Sky Above Us February 5, 2019 and The Sea Before Us 2018 , as well as the Waves of Freedom, Wings of the Nightingale series, and Wings of Glory series Her novel The Sea Before Us is a finalist for the 2019 Reader s Choice Award from Faith, Hope, and Love, Through Waters Deep and When Tides Turn were named to Booklist s 101 Best Romance Novels of the Last 10 Years, and Through Waters Deep won the 2016 INSPY Award and was a Carol Award finalist.A mother of three, Sundin lives in northern California and teaches Sunday school and women s Bible studies She enjoys speaking to community, church, and writers groups.

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  • Paperback
  • 356 pages
  • The Sky Above Us
  • Sarah Sundin
  • English
  • 22 February 2018
  • 0800727983

10 thoughts on “ The Sky Above Us

  1. Kellyn Roth says:

    At this point, I must not care about my health at all, for I stayed up until 3 AM to finish this book And I am only mildly ashamed.I did love this book It probably gets 4.5 5 from me Still a favorite, but not as favorite ish as the author s other novels.Reasoning for this I felt like the pacing was a little weird, and the characters didn t have the same oomph I m used to I m putting this in spoilers even...

  2. Hannah says:

    As usual, Sarah Sundin has written an absorbing and enjoyable tale The characters practically hop of the pages in vibrant colors and the setting is nearly as easy to visualize Violet struggles with insecurity about her height six feet and is passionate about becoming a missionary But there are niggles of doubt in her soul that she summarily hushes, thinking contentment in her current place is a reluctance to go for her calling Before the war she had intended to marry and go on the mission As usual, Sarah Sundin has written an absorbing and enjoyable tale The characters practically hop of the pages in vibrant colors and the setting is nearly as easy to visualize Violet struggles with insecurity about her height six feet and is passionate about becoming a missionary But there are niggles of doubt in her soul that she summarily hushes, thinking contentment in her current place is a reluctance to go for her calling Before the war she had intended to marry and go on the mission field, but when her fianc changed his mind about the mission field, she broke the engagement But her mission board doesn t send single women and Violet hasn t had another chance to marry She s not certain she ever will, now that she s in her late twenties She s heard about th...

  3. Kav says:

    No matter what I say in this review, I can t begin to do justice to the magic of Sarah Sundin s storytelling And this time, I listened to the audio version which enhanced my enjoyment evenIt kinda felt like I had traveled back in time to the 1940s and was huddled next to my radio absorbing every precious word of a serial installment broadcasting over the BBC The historical ambience is over the moon delectable Being forced back into my 21st century reality got just plain annoying when I No matter what I say in this review, I can t begin to do justice to the magic of Sarah Sundin s storytelling And this time, I listened to the audio version which enhanced my enjoyment evenIt kinda felt like I had traveled back in time to the 1940s and was huddled next to my radio absorbing every precious word of a serial installment broadcasting over the BBC The historical ambience is over the moon delectable Being forced back into my 21st century reality got just plain annoying when I had to do real life stuff Much preferred hanging out with Violet and Adler.Sundin...

  4. Victoria Goodbrand says:

    I have no words to describe this but i scrambled up a review xP The Sky Above Us was one of my most anticipated book of 2019 and it surpassed all my expectations This book was so amazingly, beautiful a story of forgiveness, hope and the sweetest romance ever I think i ve found my favorite Sundin book Ever yes ik i say that every single time i read one For some reason, i was kind of doubting my enjoyment of the story when i first read the synopsis and saw the cover and was p I have no words to describe this but i scrambled up a review xP The Sky Above Us was one of my most anticipated book of 2019 and it surpassed all my expectations This book was so amazingly, beautiful a story of forgiveness, hope and the sweetest romance ever I think i ve found my favorite Sundin book Ever yes ik i say that every single time i read one For some reason, i was kind of doubting my enjoyment of the story when i first read the synopsis and saw the cover and was positively certain it wasn t going to be a favorite BUT It was amazing It beat The Sea Before Us by a million stars and i loved TSBU like ...

  5. Hallie Szott says:

    The next Paxton brother gets his time in the spotlight in The Sky Above Us As the second Sunrise at Normandy book, Sarah Sundin once again reveals interesting World War II amidst the expected drama and romance I loved it all.Pilot Lt Adler Paxton, haunted by guilt and grief, and Violet Lindstrom, at odds with her calling, have plenty of growing to do in the midst of the fighting and preparations leading to D Day, of course The pair is a joy to get to know, and Sundin balances well between th The next Paxton brother gets his time in the spotlight in The Sky Above Us As the second Sunrise at Normandy book, Sarah Sundin once again reveals interesting World War II amidst the expected drama and romance I loved it all.Pilot Lt Adler Paxton, haunted by guilt and grief, and Violet Lindstrom, at odds with her calling, have plenty of growing to do in the midst of the fighting and preparations leading to D Day, of course The pair is a joy to get to know, and Sundin balances well between the personal and the historical The action complements the characters perfectly, allowing the storyline to progress intriguingly to the end.A great addition to the series,...

  6. Alysha (For The Love of Christian Fiction) says:

    Soooo gooooddd Why have I never read any books by Sarah before The dialogue and banter was GREAT The chemistry between all of the characters was great Timing was a bit fast, but overall it was such a good story I m looking forward to reading Wyatt s story, and Clay s.4.5 5 stars

  7. Olivia says:

    This book was provided by Baker Publishing through Interviews Reviews If you ve read a Sarah Sundin book before you probably know what to expect, but yet she still surprises and brings out amazing truths and fascinating tid bits of wartime and serving the Lord through difficult choices I knew I would be hooked with the storyline as I m serving the Lord in anot...

  8. Maddy says:

    I read the first book in this series, The Sea Before Us, January 2018 and have eagerly wanting for this book ever since I had very high expectations for this book and it definitely lived up to them.I was very excited after reading book 1 to find out that this book was going to be about Adler Part of his story is briefly mentioned in book 1 and I was very interested to learnHe made some bad decisions as a young adult and this book starts at his redemption I loved seeing how he turned I read the first book in this series, The Sea Before Us, January 2018 and have eagerly wanting for this book ever since I had very high expectations for this book and it definitely lived up to them.I was very excited after reading book 1 to find out that this book was going to be about Adler Part of his story is briefly mentioned in book 1 and I was very interested to learnHe made some bad decisions as a young adult and this book starts at his redemption I loved seeing how he turned his life around and became the person he wanted to be.The characters in this book were the best You have Adler and his guy friends, which I have to say had the most fun and animated conversations xD There s also Violet and her girlfriends All the characters in this book are just so lovable and I really enjoyed reading abo...

  9. Jen. says:

    .So the last will be first, and the first will be last Matthew 20 16 NRSV CEYep I totally gave this book a hug.This was so good The Sky Above Us takes place in the months leading up to D Day, during the exact same time as the first book Some scenes even overlap When they did it was awesome I m not sure I ve ever read a series...

  10. Rebekah says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I waited a year for this book and it was so good I love how this book is all about the middle brother, Adler, and his perspective on the past I like how this book had a similar timeline, yet built on the first book I also really like how the themes of salvation, repentance, and forgiveness were woven throughout this book It was a hard one to out down The only caveat this book had somesensitive content due to Adler s checkered past, it also had quite a bit of kissing and references I waited a year for this book and it was so good I love how this book is all about the middle brother, Adler, and his perspective on the past I like how this book had a simila...

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