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Triumph of the Soul

by Michael R. Joens

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This book has been a longtime favorite of mine. i have read this book multiple times. the ending is everything that a book should have and it fits the nature of the story. billy is a character that most of us guys can identify with, but rolf is also someone that men can identify with as well. the book makes you think that no matter what is going on in the world, when you rely on God and his wisdom and allow him control, then things always work out for the betterment of the kingdom. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0800757025, Paperback)

Do you love a good movie or novel? From the mind of movie producer Michael R. Joens comes the magnificent World War II epic Triumph of the Soul. The result is a novel that reads like a film: crackling dialogue, fast-paced adventure, and heart-stirring romance. Joenss style is unlike any other in the Christian fiction market, Christian Retailing raved. [It could] raise the standards by which other fiction is judged.

Billy Hochreiter, as American as apple pie, doesnt take life or faith too seriously until the day his plane is shot down in a French forest. Here he encounters Colette, an intriguing woman whose influence on him is far reaching and profound. Rolf Schiller, decorated hero of the Reich, believes his heart died the day Katharina was killed. But the worst is yet ahead for the German soldier as he encounters disillusionment and bitter betrayal.

Billy and Rolf meet only in air combat, yet their stories are remarkably parallel as each seeks his own Triumph of the Soul.

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