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Britain has been battling the Second World War for three discouraging years. Nazi Germany is at the pinnacle of its power. But now, with the Americans drawn into the monumental conflict, a critical turning point has been reached. First Lieutenant Michael Carlyle is being transferred from captaining a motor torpedo boat close to home in the English Channel to fighting againBritain has been battling the Second World War for three discouraging years. Nazi Germany is at the pinnacle of its power. But now, with the Americans drawn into the monumental conflict, a critical turning point has been reached. First Lieutenant Michael Carlyle is being transferred from captaining a motor torpedo boat close to home in the English Channel to fighting against the Germans and Italians in North Africa. As Michael fights on the unforgiving Mediterranean shores of North Africa and the rugged countryside of Italy and Southern France, his father, Lord Philip Carlyle, undertakes a special diplomatic mission to Washington, DC and the White House. His hope is that he can case the burdens of the American soldiers who must pass through Britain on their way to the liberation of Europe. Little does Philip know that his son and family friend, Jules Ellington, are on a mission that places their lives in mortal peril. Experience drama and heroism in this poignant and exciting chronicle of the greatest conflict in human history--a story of how America and Britain worked in a unique and enduring partnership to secure freedom in the war that forever changed the world....

Title : Home Again at Last
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ISBN : 9781598115314
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 272 Pages
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Home Again at Last Reviews

  • Jessica
    2019-01-05 06:11

    I loved every book in this series. Each one gives a different view of World War II and the impact felt by various people. When I read books from this era I gain a greater appreciation for our country and freedom.

  • Brandon Real
    2018-12-19 05:08

    It was a interesting book, it was about world war two. The British and American allied, they were getting ready to go to war with the Germans. The main characters name is Michael, he is a British lieutenant of Britain's navy. Michael was sent to Africa to train for combat. Michaels family didn't want him to go to Africa, because one of his family members got killed there. Some people didn't like him, because he did a good job at some missions.Michaels dad was in charge of the Americans while they were staying in Britain, because he was married to an American. This happens when Nazi Germany is at the top of its power. His father was sent to ease the burdens of American solders that were on their way to liberate Europe from the Nazis. They have already been at war with Germany for three years. They have been trying to stop them.

  • Alyssa
    2019-01-05 04:13

    Very good! A nice ending to the series. What I enjoyed most about this series, was the point of view. I know the American view, how we got into the war and such. But the British view was amazing. How they were alone for years fighting this evil and how some of the time it almost seemed impossible but they push on. I felt that!The adventures of Micheal and his family in this book were some very intense scenes. I couldn't put the book down for some of them (thank goodness it was late and my family didn't need me at the time). I would recommend this one to anyone! The part I loved the most was at the WWI cemetery in France, what an amazing emotional experience. Would should remember these boys from both the big wars and always remember our freedom isn't free!

  • Andrew
    2018-12-31 09:10

    The finale to the World War latter day saint series that began with til the boys come home. You begin to appreciate the series, with Danny, Trevor and Philip as the main character in the first and Philip, Michael and Jules in the last. Trains exploding, spies behind german lines, and navy battles. A brilliant story to read. Thanks to Grandpa, who let me know that the authors my relative after a few lines, enough so that I'm something of his great grand uncle's cousin's grandson's wife's son's- or something like that. Maybe closer, maybe farther. Anyway, thanks.

  • Tami
    2019-01-03 01:24

    This last book in the series tied up loose ends with a character that phased out of the story earlier on. Parts of it were gripping, but I was a little disappointed with the ending. Over all a fast fun read.

  • Cheryl
    2019-01-05 02:13

    I needed to finish what I started by reading the book before this: As Time Goes By.This was also an enjoyable read with some good details about the part of WWII it covered. I was glad to be reading something that taught me more about this war. Definitely an LDS novel though.

  • Kim
    2018-12-30 04:26

    My teenage son read this series and encouraged me to read it. I love world war 2 time period. I love Christian authors. So this book is one I liked! Mostly I liked that me soon read historical fiction!

  • Sam
    2019-01-04 07:01

    I enjoyed this series. Fun to read. I have always enjoyed books on war. Historical fiction. these books bring out how was affects people and how their lifes change.

  • Katie
    2018-12-25 09:18

    I think this one may have been my favorite in the series. I loved them all though.

  • Brian
    2018-12-29 05:08

    Good finish to the series. Usually they are disappointing how they end, this one did a decent job.

  • Ellie Revert
    2019-01-19 08:13

    The last of this current batch of stories of WWI and WWII---about a family and friends who are LDS. IV--about Michael being missing, and later found.

  • Roy
    2019-01-18 04:01

    Another great story by Mr. Borrowman! The characters feel like old friends now. What an interesting bunch of events through a very interesting time in Earth's history!

  • Ashley
    2018-12-23 08:18

    I really enjoyed this series of books. They are all great!

  • Jaymie
    2018-12-21 09:06

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  • Megan Alton
    2018-12-26 06:10

    Great conclusion to Borrowman's WWI and WWII series. I love the history and the emotional journey that I got to experience throughout the books.

  • Carolyn
    2019-01-15 01:10

    I just haven't loved some of his books. I'm wondering if its the narrator.

  • Alyson
    2019-01-18 02:01

    I loved the 'til the Boys Come Home series. All four books were great and you couldn't wait to see what happened next.