Flight Of The Eagles (Seven Sleepers, #1)by Gilbert L. Morris Published 09 Feb 1994
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Josh Adams, 14, awakes from a 50-year sleep. Ancient prophecy commands him and the other Sleepers to unite in battle against the evil priests, and combat the doubt that threatens their faith.
"Flight Of The Eagles (Seven Sleepers, #1)" Reviews
I was anticipating something with the subtle spiritual nuances of The Chronicles of Narnia, but the story seemed inordinately thin and the plot was a series of happenings, rather than a tapestry of conflict and resolution. Perhaps my expectations were simply too high.
This is probably the most obscure YA series I got into at that age. Goofy and preachy as it can be at times, this brings back plenty of good memories, and I'm sure it can still inspire fun times for younger teens today. This book would be best for the teen crowd who has already devoured the Chronicles of Narnia and needs another (more overtly Christian-slanted) fix.
Not the best Christian fantasy I've ever read, but I probably would have loved it when I was younger. It's kinda weird and takes a lot of suspension of belief, not many of the characters are very memorable, and there's lots of awkward or stiff wording, but the idea behind it is pretty unique (even if it's not very realistic, even for fantasy). The Christian message comes across strongly, but it doesn't feel like I'm being hit across the head with it. I'll continue the series, since my church library owns all of it, and the sequel series.
I loved the Gemini twins though, that was a really cool idea.
This series is probably the first that I ever chose to start reading (The Chronicles of Narnia was my first, but mom read the first two to me). and for those of you who know me, this is the book that made me like to write poetic riddles. I enjoyed ever minute of these ten books and because I liked them so well, even read a civil war romance series by Mr. Morris as well. And for me, that's saying something!
SHUT UP! Does anyone else remember the Seven Sleeper series??? I want to read them all again!! This calls for a trip to the library.. very soon.
Very interesting plot, but intended for 12-13 year olds. Great book!