Touch the Sky

Touch the Sky A morning flight over Helsing r turns dangerous when the pilot Matthias Karlsson blacks out without warning Almost as terrifying is the find thirteen year old Peter Andersen makes in the cockpit a h

  • Title: Touch the Sky
  • Author: Robert Elmer
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 210
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A morning flight over Helsing r turns dangerous when the pilot, Matthias Karlsson, blacks out without warning Almost as terrifying is the find thirteen year old Peter Andersen makes in the cockpit a hidden handgun When Matthias comes to just in time to save their plane from crashing into the sea, Peter puts the shocking discovery behind him for the moment Certain MatthiA morning flight over Helsing r turns dangerous when the pilot, Matthias Karlsson, blacks out without warning Almost as terrifying is the find thirteen year old Peter Andersen makes in the cockpit a hidden handgun When Matthias comes to just in time to save their plane from crashing into the sea, Peter puts the shocking discovery behind him for the moment Certain Matthias is hiding something, Peter persuades Henrik Melchior to join him in spying on the man, and the friends witness a suspicious nighttime meeting with a foreign ship captain What s worse, a mysterious stranger appears to be spying on Matthias, too Suddenly, Peter, Elise, and Henrik find themselves at the center of a dangerous plot If Matthias is involved, are the Melchiors in danger also If so, Peter may be about to lose his best friend

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    1. Another wonderful book in the Young Underground series. The action was wonderful- that's one of the things that I love about this series- and it was so exciting (and HAPPY :D )when (view spoiler)[ Henrik finally asked Christ into his heart. I'm not sure why he didn't do that earlier in the series, since (I think) that would have made the series better, but that's what the author did. ;)(hide spoiler)] I thought for sure that (view spoiler)[ Henrik was going to have to move to Palestine(hide spoi [...]

    2. The end of one of the BEST series of juvenile fiction.Robert Elmer wove such great stories into the Young Underground series. I'm sad that it had to stop with book #8, but as they say, all good things must come to an end.I especially enjoyed Touch the Sky because it brought a few running plots to completion, and ended perfectly.I'm a fan of this series because of a few key points:- The books contain solid, Christian morals.- They bring the World War II/post-war era to life for the reader.- Fun a [...]

    3. This is the last book in the "Young Underground" series and it is definitely my favorite!In this adventure the kids try to decipher a confusing letter left by Henrick's father. It leads them on an exhilarating journey. There are so many secrets that are revealed, decisions made, and issues resolved to end the series.

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