Published: September 16, 2018.
Fiction » Coming of age
Andy Riggins has just begun sixth grade. He’s also just witnessed a seventy-year-old World War II bomber return to battle ready condition. His father is deployed in the Middle East. It takes a warbird and her crew from another time to help Andy bring his father home.
Some Gave All is the final book in the amazing 8th Air Force series by Cheryl Pula. This book wraps up at the end of the war and gives readers an insight into where our heroes ended up after the war was over in an epilogue.
Above and beyond is the seventh book in the series.
"As always, Cheryl has created a masterpiece. Her new book, as the rest of the series, is riveting. The characters are so alive you feel as if you are having a conversation face-to-face.
The Dogs of War is the 6th book in the 8th Air Force Series of books that follows the lives of our heroic U.S. bombardiers and pilots, stationed in England during WWII. Cheryl Pula once again takes her readers on a roller coaster ride of thrills and tears, basing all of her stories on actual events that happened during WWII.
A Wing and a Prayer is the fourth in the series of novels by Cheryl Pula. The 8th Air Force series showcases the lives of the crews of Full House and Second Chance. Check out all 8 books in the series. This is a great series for binge reading! Enjoy!
The Rookie: tells us what happened to the guys of Full House and Second Chance at the end of book 2. The battle scenes will keep you up at night when you read this one! There are 8 books in the full series and each is a continuation of the previous book in the series. Enjoy all 8 books by binge reading!!
The Ragged Irregulars is the second book in the 8th Air Force Series by Cheryl Pula. Her work has been heralded as "must read" by members of the military because her battle scenes are so realistic, you will feel as though you are in the plane with the crews! There are 8 books in the complete series.
Maximum Effort is the fifth book in the series about the 8th Air Force during WWII. The opening scene divulges what happened to one of our heroes who was facing a life-and-death situation at the end of the previous book! The vivid descriptions of combat and the emotions that go with it are riveting. If you want to know what heroes look like, read Cheryl's books and you will know!
Billy Macdonald lives with his father Robert. His father has a drink problem and is behind with the mortgage payments. Billy’s mother died when he was very young and that’s the cause of his dad’s troubles.
One day whilst fishing on the banks of Loch Lomond, Billy is visited by three ghosts - his dad thinks that Billy is imagining things. But he’s not.