Book Reviews of Skyward

Skyward
Skyward
Author: Mary Alice Monroe
ISBN-13: 9781551667003
ISBN-10: 1551667002
Publication Date: 7/1/2003
Pages: 416
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 77 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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a good story with lots of info about birds
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An engrossing novel about the SC Lowcountry, a single father, his daughter and the woman who stays to help them. Mary Alice Monroe is always good.
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I always find that the books written about the south are the ones you enjoy the most. I enjoyed this romance novel.
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Interesting book about a shelter for birds of prey. A good story about a caregiver for a 5 year old with diabetes.
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E.R. nurse Dlla Major has seen al the misery that she can handle.Burned out and unsure of her next step ,she accepts the temporary position as a caregiver to a Marion Henderson,a frightened five year old who suffer from Juvenile diabers.
But Ella soon realizes there is more sorrow in the isolated hom than the little girl's illness. Harris Henderson,a single father ,is withdeawn,seemingly better able to deal with the wild birds he rehabilitates in hi birds-of-prey sanctuary than with hi own daughter.
Then something magical begins to happen:the timeless beauty of the South Carolina coast and the majestic graace of the wild birds weave a healing spell on the injured hearts at the sanctuary.But a troubled mother's unexpected return will test the fragile bonds of trust and new love,and reveal the inherent risks and exhilarating beaury of flying free.
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great book, like all of her other ones I loved it.
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Set in the lowcountry of South Carolina, this is a story of healing, hope, and renewal.
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Is a very touching book.
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I am just now starting to read SKYWARD, and I am loving it. The settug of the story with the wild bird santuary is absorbing. There are also lots of interesting characters. This on is a winner in my opinion.
Peg B
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Being from South Carolina I always love books that have anything to do with our beautiful state. Really enjoyed reading it!
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E.R. nurse Ella Majors has seen all the misery that she can handle. Burned-out and unsure of her next step, she accepts the temporary position as caregiver to Marion Henderson, a frightened 5 year old who suffers from juvenile diabetes.

But Ella soon realizes there is more sorrow in the isolated home that the little girl's illness. Harris Henderson, a single father, is withdrawn, seemingly better able to deal with the wild birds he rehablitates in his bird-of-prey sanctuary than with his daughter.

Then something magical begins to happen: the timeless beauty of the South Carolina coast and the majestic grace of the wild birds weave a healing spell on the injured hearts at the santuary. But a troubled mohter's return will test the fragile bonds of trust and new love, and reveal the inherent risks and exhilarating beauty of flying free.
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E.R. nurse Ella Majors hs seen all the misery that she can handle. Burned-out and unsure of her next step, she accepts the temporary position as caregiver to Marion Henderson, a frightened five-year-old who suffers from juvenile diabetes. But Ella soon realizes there is more sorrow in the isolated home than the little girl's illness. Harris Henderson, a single father, is withdrawn, seemingly better able to deal with the wild birds he rehabilitates in his birds-of-prey sanctuary than with his own daughter.
Then something magical begins to happen: the timeless beauty of the South Carolina coast and the majestic grace of the wild birds weve a healing spell on the injured hearts at the sanctuary. But a troubled mother's unexpected return will test the fragile bonds of trust and new love, and reveal the inherent risks and exhilarating beauty of flying free.
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I haven't read this book. I have two copies of it, so I thought I would pass one on.