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Published on Oct 16, 2011
"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." -- Hugh Prather, Bestselling author, "Notes To Myself"
Most inspirational fiction readers today aren't interested in G-rated books. "Sons In the Clouds" is a modern inspirational story that encompass spiritual themes where faith and love triumph over the brutal ugliness of war. The book's characters instill a hope-filled message to my readers long after the last page is read.
"Sons In The Clouds" exposes emotional drama that showcases the vulnerable fragility of human nature. 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.
Mitchell breathes life to his characters in believable, exceptionally real ways. A strong theme interwoven throughout the pages is that "love conquers all" -- as seen through the unfaltering, devoted commitment between the male characters and the women they leave behind.