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Billy Hochreiter, as American as apple pie, doesn't take life or faith too seriously until the day his plane is shot down in a French forest. Here he encounters Colette, an intriguing woman whose influence on him is far reaching and profound. Roll Schiller, decorated hero of the Reich, believes his heart died the day Katharina was killed. But the worst is yet ahead for the German soldier as he encounters disillusionment and bitter betrayal.
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1999 Paperback New Fleming H Revell Co 1999 Editorial Reviews In the aerial arena of World War II, American Billy Hochreiter and German Rolf Schiller clash briefly as Rolf ... sends Billy's fighter crashing, forcing Billy to eject. The two don't meet again in combat until later, but their journeys toward God run parallel; both lose the women they love and begin to question their roles in the deadly dance of war. Joens (The Dawn of Mercy) clearly depicts the separation of body and soul as pilots from both sides dehumanize each other in order to kill. Rolf's realization of Germany's decay and his own personal fall resonates, while the superficial attitude of the Americans rings false. For historical fiction collections. 1999 ReviewJoens' style is unlike any other that currently has an edge in the Christian fiction market....Let the eyes become accustomed to the incredible vocabulary and innovative imagery, and it will be savored as rich, full-bodied writing that is treacherously laced with suspense....[It coul Read more Show Less

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Billy Hochreiter, as American as apple pie, doesn't take life or faith too seriously until the day his plane is shot down in a French forest. Here he encounters Colette, an intriguing woman whose influence on him is far reaching and profound. Roll Schiller, decorated hero of the Reich, believes his heart died the day Katharina was killed. But the worst is yet ahead for the German soldier as he encounters disillusionment and bitter betrayal.
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In the aerial arena of World War II, American Billy Hochreiter and German Rolf Schiller clash briefly as Rolf sends Billy's fighter crashing, forcing Billy to eject. The two don't meet again in combat until later, but their journeys toward God run parallel; both lose the women they love and begin to question their roles in the deadly dance of war. Joens (The Dawn of Mercy) clearly depicts the separation of body and soul as pilots from both sides dehumanize each other in order to kill. Rolf's realization of Germany's decay and his own personal fall resonates, while the superficial attitude of the Americans rings false. For historical fiction collections. Copyright 1999 Cahners Business Information.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780800757021
  • Publisher: Baker Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 8/28/1999
  • Pages: 432
  • Product dimensions: 6.11 (w) x 9.08 (h) x 1.02 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 2, 2003

    A Splendid Novel

    This is one of my absolute favorites! It captures you and you immediately become involved in the character's lives. I highly recommend it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 20, 2002

    Excellent book and author.

    Mr. Joens is one of the best authors of our time. His books keep you spellbound, you can't put them down. HURRY MR. JOENS, write faster!!!!

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