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Hans's road has led him to prison, and in many ways it has also brought him back to God. But can he endure what the future may bring? Kathy's future is unclear as she struggles to find her way through the extremes that beckon her, including advances from a handsome young college professor.
By all accounts Diane should be happy, but her marriage is beginning to show signs of trouble, and she doesn't know how to fix it. And Gene's road, though he is thrilled with his new marriage and impending fatherhood, seems to be heading unavoidable toward Vietnam.
- Published: September 2003
- Pages: 512
- Audio Length: 7 Hours 15 Minutes
- Book on CD: Abridged
About the Author
Dean Hughes has published books for readers of all ages, including the bestselling historical fiction series Children of the Promise. Through Cloud and Sunshine is his one-hundredth published book. Dean holds a bachelor’s degree from Weber State University and master’s and PhD degrees from the University of Washington. He has taught English at Central Missouri State University and Brigham Young University. Dean and his wife, Kathleen Hurst Hughes, served a mission to Nauvoo, Illinois. The parents of three children and grandparents of nine, they live in Midway, Utah.
by Barbara - reviewed on August 19, 2003
Well Dean Hughes has done it again. Written a great book. I couldn't put it down. I actually grew up during the time period of this book and can see a lot of the events going on in mind as I read. I can't wait for the next volume to find out what happens to Diana, Gene, Kathy and Hans.
A good historical read.
by Customer - reviewed on November 02, 2003
I have enjoyed both of Hughes series. This one seems a bit slower in the pace though. I would love to see Dianne more developed and even file for divorce if need to. I guess I'll just have to wait and see. I'll definitely be one of the first in line so I can see 'what happens next' to Hans, Dianne, Alex, and all of the rest. Oh and finding a mate for LaRue would give the 'not so young single adults' hope too.