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  1. Touching the Clouds: A Novel - eBookeBOOK
    Touching the Clouds: A Novel - eBook
    Bonnie Leon
    Revell / 2010 / ePub
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    4.5 Stars Out Of 5 7 Reviews
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  1. Martha Artyomenko
    4 Stars Out Of 5
    Alaskan air history
    October 6, 2010
    Martha Artyomenko
    Quality: 4
    Value: 3
    Meets Expectations: 4
    This review was written for Touching the Clouds, Alaskan Skies Series #1.
    I have always enjoyed Bonnie Leon's books. I was a teenager when I first read her Northern Light's series and it is still a fond memory. We were so thrilled as we worked hard to get the library to buy them!

    Touching the clouds is a excellent piece of writing fiction. You will learn much of Alaskan history, and especially how planes figured in the early history of it. You also realize little has changed in some areas of Alaska, other than prices. I could have thought this a contemporary work of fiction, other than the prices were very low and I realized it was quite long ago. You will read the emotion of the characters in this book, and it will make you look forward to more of this series.
  2. Ann Shorey
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    September 26, 2010
    Ann Shorey
    This review was written for Touching the Clouds, Alaskan Skies Series #1.
    Touching the Clouds is a strong story about the surprises God has in store for Kate Evans as she pursues her dream of being a bush pilot. Kate is a headstrong young woman whose desire for adventure pulls her away for her Washington state home and into an encounter with a mysterious stranger in the Alaskan bush. Through rich descriptions, Leon immerses the reader in Depression-era Alaska. I loved the details about Alaska that fill Touching the Clouds.Leon writes with her heart, and that skill shines through in her prose. If youre looking for a fast-moving story filled with believable characters, Touching the Clouds is for you.My thanks to Revell for providing me with my review copy.
  3. A J Hawke
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    August 19, 2010
    A J Hawke
    This review was written for Touching the Clouds, Alaskan Skies Series #1.
    Being in the middle of summer, I enjoy an easy read on a hot summer afternoon that has an interesting setting, 1930s Alaska, a different employment, a bush pilot, and likable characters.Having a pilot as the main character is expected, but having it a woman is different. Kate wants more than what her life will be if she stay in Washington and marries the man who adores her. So off she goes flying her red Bellanca to Alaska to become a bush pilot. There she meets several men. There is... well, read the book and discovers the men she meets.I was intrigued with the descriptions of the land and the people. I recommend.
  4. Susan Hollaway
    4 Stars Out Of 5
    August 10, 2010
    Susan Hollaway
    This review was written for Touching the Clouds, Alaskan Skies Series #1.
    When everyone thought her plans for the future were set, Kate Evans decides to leave it all behind including her fianc for the wilds of Alaskan Territory. Her father taught her to fly, and she wants to live out her dream of being a pilot. Flying is not a hobby, but a career and she cant see herself in the traditional role of housewife. She moves away from her parents in the state of Washington to travel to a place unknown with no promise of a job, not knowing a soul, and no place to stay. Kate arrives in the town of Anchorage to find no one is hiring pilots and especially not a woman. She finds a job clerking in a general store and makes an instant connection with the owners. One particular customer intrigues her. Paul Anderson, the mysterious man who lives in the wilderness, keeps invading her thoughts. A part-time job of flying the mail plane comes up and she gets the job. Shes out to prove she can do it not only to everyone else, but to herself as well. Will she be accepted as a pilot in a mans world of flying? Will her own secret fears hold her captive and keep her from her dream and finally feeling peace? Trying hard to prove herself in a male-dominated career, she takes risks that she shouldnt. Then on a routine flight, she finds herself in trouble. Can she accept that things sometimes go bad and no one is infallible, or will she place blame on herself when things go terribly wrong? Can she move beyond her past and embrace the future? Will Paul ever come clean with his past so that he can work at what hes called to do and maybe even love again in his future? Ive always been intrigued by Alaska, and Bonnie Leons description of its beauty only enhances my desire to visit there someday. I enjoyed this story, living vicariously through Kate and her adventures. I look forward to the next book in her series.
  5. Kimberly
    Oregon
    Age: 35-44
    Gender: female
    4 Stars Out Of 5
    August 2, 2010
    Kimberly
    Oregon
    Age: 35-44
    Gender: female
    This review was written for Touching the Clouds, Alaskan Skies Series #1.
    This is the first book I've read by Bonnie Leon and it won't be the last. Though billed as a romance, it doesn't follow the typical format you'd see in a romance. The two main characters don't spend much time together in this book, but their individual stories held my attention.This historical romance takes place in Alaska. Kate, a young woman seeking a new life filled with adventure as a bush pilot, leaves all that is familar and flies to Anchorage. Things start out rough for her, but soon she fulfills her dream and is flying as a bush pilot. She isn't looking for love, but she attracts the attention of two men, one a fellow pilot, the other a wilderness man. The story follows Kate during her first year as a bush pilot and the many sticky situations she finds herself in. My favorite gentre is romantic suspense, but this book had plenty of suspense to hold my attention to the end. I'm looking forward to reading the next book in the series.
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