Release Date:March 2011
Book Preview: "Sons in the Clouds"
True and lasting friendships are extremely rare. Andy Stevens and Wade Hamilton, childhood friends, share the same dream of becoming pilots. Appointments to the U.S. Naval Academy turn their aspirations into reality, but ultimately lead them to the ugliness of the Vietnam War. Fate imprisons them together in one of the deadliest POW jungle prison camps. Along with an unwavering love of the women they leave behind, a fierce dedication to each other and direct signals from God, supernatural mercy helps them escape. Death for one later shows the afterlife as undeniable proof of God’s existence.
“Sons In The Clouds” is a modern inspirational story that encompasses spiritual themes where faith and love triumph over the brutal ugliness of war. The belief in God serves as the problem-solver -- a pathway to the truth -- a light to be used when the problems of man cannot be solved, and becomes a way to expose weakness in those appearing to be strong. “Sons In the Clouds” instills a hope-filled message to readers long after the last page is read.
"Sons In The Clouds is a gripping book filled with depth and spirituality. The great characters are captured completely allowing the reader to appreciate...to even identify with them. Believable, interesting, and deeply moving on so many levels."
Reviewed by: Hugh Prather, Bestselling Author
Life is like a friendship, eventually it will end, by conflict or God's hand
Since their beginning, Andy felt protective of him.
It had begun six months earlier, what seemed a lifetime ago, during a balmy day in Texas on their junior high school football field. Andy was busy running his usual sprints, amazing the coaches, gaining the lust of the girl's soccer team, and embarrassing his teammates not standing a chance against his speed. Wade was trying to avoid another black-eye against an angry little punk looking to make a name with his fists; just another playground bully whose inexperienced ego made him braver than he should have been. Andy quickly stepped in, humiliated the kid into a coward, and gained a friend for a lifetime.