No Greater Love

No Greater Love To abandoned child Colin Stone World War Two grants an escape from the mean streets of St Kilda A natural warrior his talents qualify him to join an elite group of young men The shining ones Who fl

  • Title: No Greater Love
  • Author: Justin Sheedy
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 487
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • To abandoned child, Colin Stone, World War Two grants an escape from the mean streets of St Kilda A natural warrior, his talents qualify him to join an elite group of young men The shining ones Who fly Spitfires against Nazi tyranny Rising with them, from the top Colin Stone looks down on a world that has doomed his first true friends No Greater Love is his story BTo abandoned child, Colin Stone, World War Two grants an escape from the mean streets of St Kilda A natural warrior, his talents qualify him to join an elite group of young men The shining ones Who fly Spitfires against Nazi tyranny Rising with them, from the top Colin Stone looks down on a world that has doomed his first true friends No Greater Love is his story Bringing to vivid life true Australian war history and events, No Greater Love is a saga in the classic mold, featuring the drama, beauty, heroism and horror of one young man s war journey through stunning Malta, Egypt and North Africa, Sicily, England and Europe It is a portrait of the once in a lifetime characters the war places on his path, of the tragic, wholesale waste of war, on occasion even the profound humanity of his enemy, and of his evolving perception of his world for what it is Though standing on its own as a ripping and also highly emotional read, No Greater Love is the third and final chapter of Justin Sheedy s now widely and warmly cherished World War Two novel trilogy begun with Nor the Years Condemn and Ghosts of the Empire Continuing and now concluding their portrait of shining young men destined never to grow old, No Greater Love is the full and rich story of Part 1 s reader favourite character, Aussie rough diamond Colin Stone Stoney It is the story of his war, of his loyalty and devotion to his friends, of his enduring love for the mother who abandoned him, and his dreams of being held by her once again.

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    1. “No Greater Love” takes you on a journey back in time to the small island of Malta beginning in April 1942. From the moment you turn the first few pages you are drawn into a story that so absorbs your very being that you can immediately feel an empathy with the pilots, ground crew, and the very populace who were being tormented by the continuous bombing raids by enemy aircraft. Germany’s goal was to destroy the populations resolve by forcing them to surrender or by letting them starve to d [...]

    2. SHEEDY NAILS IT“No Greater Love” by Justin Sheedy - Review by Karen CarpenterIt is a shame that new Australian talent isn’t exactly encouraged in this country. Authors like Justin Sheedy don’t come along very often. As a reader my favourite thing is discovering a new author then seeing them develop with each new book they publish. All of Sheedy’s books have been a pleasure to read, but in this one, he nails it.For those who have followed the trilogy so far, you sort of know what to exp [...]

    3. Australian novelist Justin Sheedy's latest book, 'No Greater Love', has just crossed my desk. Finally. Having read the first two books of the trilogy ('Nor The Years Condemn' and 'Ghosts Of The Empire'), I can honestly say that I was already hooked on Justin's smooth writing style, and was eagerly awaiting his latest.And this newest work fits right in, using similar characters, with even a bit of cross-pollination between the stories. Yes, Sheedy's books introduce you to everyday men, mainly fro [...]

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