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Skybound Love soarsGermany 1945 The Third Reich is on its knees as Allied forces bomb Berlin to break the last resistance Yet on an airfield near Berlin the battle is far from over for a young mechanic Felix who’s attached to a suadron of fighter pilots He’s especially attached to fighter ace Baldur Vogt a man he admires and secretly loves But there’s no room for love at the end of the world never mind in Nazi GermanyWhen Baldur narrowly cheats death Felix pulls him from his plane and the pilot makes his riskiest move yet He takes a few days’ leave to recover and he takes Felix with him Away from the pressures of the airfield their bond deepens and Baldur shows Felix the kind of brotherhood he’d only ever dreamed of beforeBut there’s no escaping the war and when they return Baldur joins the fray again in the skies over Berlin As the Allies close in on the airfield where Felix waits for his lover Baldur must face the truth that he is no longer the only one in mortal danger


10 thoughts on “Skybound

  1. says:

    So damned goodThis story is talent focused by hard work Rich symbolism metered by historical authenticity Emotion tempered by artistic restraint Sickeningly goodThrillingPoetry oh the fucking poetryRomance like you dream about set in a nightmare of smoke and fire and steelYeah That goodI'm beginning to think people take issue with first person present tense because next to nobody can do it rightVoinov does it rightI am desperate to get a sip of whatever he was drinking


  2. says:

    Aleksandr VoinovI LOVE HIM SO MUCHHello ReadersDo you see it??Well that's what I had to constantly hear from my friendsAnd so I decided it was time for me to experience some of the greatnessAnd what did I find???GREATNESS GREATNESS GREAT GREATNESS 'If the world ends tomorrowhow will I go?Without ever having risked anythingor having done the one thing I can't stop thinking about?' Baldur VogtHerr Leutnantfighter pilot is a legend and Felix one the black menBlack men wer


  3. says:

    Price drop to 099 at US 51017 Voinov writes prose like poetry I always get the sense that his words are carefully selected that he spends hours contemplating each phrase This was a lovely story about two German military men at the end of WWII It was far far too short for my liking It was like a small snippet of a greater story which is why I was left feeling a little wanting However I appreciated it for what it was in all of its beautiful simplicity


  4. says:

    SPEECHLESS Don't even know if I'm able to write a review about this gem If the world ends tomorrow how will I go? Without ever having risked anything or having done the one thing I can't stop thinking about?


  5. says:

    REVIEW COMPLETED AUGUST 24 2012 We race towards something so amazing and precious it strikes me dumb with its immenseness I lose every sense of myself every thought; there's just emotion and utter fulfillment Skybound is set in Germany at the end of World War II when The Third Reich is on its knees as Allied forces bomb Berlin On an airfield near Berlin the young mechanic Felix meets the fighter pilot Baldur Vogt Felix secretly admires and loves Baldur for uite some time no


  6. says:

    Well this was beautiful If the world ends tomorrow how will I go? Without ever having risked anything or having done the one thing I can't stop thinking about? BeautifulI must admit I read this book because of Special Forces Before that this author wasn’t among my first Somehow that series ended up being a turning point for me because now I’m curious enough to read his booksSo it wasn’t love at first sight but not I’m beginning to appreciate his styleYes I’m late t


  7. says:

    Oh But Skybound sank its claws in me What a beautiful short story with prose that borders on poetry Very touching Surprising too If my memory doesn't fail me Special Forces was harsher simply something else altogether and yet from the same author In a setting that feels like it's beyond the end of the world on an airfield near Berlin the mechanic of a German suadron of fighter pilots secretly longs for one of the pilots While bombs come crashing down and Nazi Germany is on th


  8. says:

    AUDIOBOOK REVIEW October 12 2015Clocking in at under an hour and a half Skybound really is a low risk audibook to tryNow with that pitch out of the way Skybound is one of the BEST audiobooks I’ve heard to date When I originally read the ebook I couldn’t believe HOW MUCH could be gloriously packed in 44 pages Listening to the audiobook I found myself in that same placeI couldn’t believe HOW MUCH could be gloriously packed in 1 hour and 25 minsI’m a part of a book club t


  9. says:

    The uestion will be; is this 44 page book worth it's price? When something is priceless like this book then it is a privilege to own Trust me skip lunch gift yourself this book and own a treasure my head against the cool comfort of the fighter plane's wheel its wing shielding but never embracing me I'm a cold nestling tonight THE WRITINGThe beautiful placement of each word in this story is something to cherish A gem to be held dear Aleksandr Voinov has truly outdone himself w


  10. says:

    5 Absolutely Beautifull Stars He’s a legend Every green boy desires to be him I don’t My desires are complicated Felix is a mechanic working to repair fighter planes in WWII They are losing the war But his worst fear is losing his lieutenant That's because Felix is secretly in love with the star pilot Baldur He watches daily as he soars into the sky praying that he returns safely He then repairs damages to his plane only to live through the hell again Never knowing when Ba


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