Recognized by the Texas Institute of Letters, critically acclaimed author Robert Flynn is a treasure of the Lone Star State. The Sounds of Rescue, the Signs of Hope is his masterpiece. World War II pilot Greg Wallace is shot down over the Pacific. Luckily, he bails out and makes his way to land to await rescue. But with each day that passes, it grows less likely that a rescuer will ever come. "Reading it is frequently a moving and intellectually provocative experience."-The New York Times Book Review
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"The beloved Texan author of this 1970 novel makes listeners smile at his Robinson Crusoe tale of a WWII pilot downed on a deserted Pacific island. Only a writer with these sensibilities could draw out so many facets of what it means to be human in such a stark place. Beyond the tale of survival, the story also expresses one man's effort to put himself in perspective, to comprehend the omnipotence of God, and to maintain the resourcefulness he needs to live each day. Scott Shina's narration reveals a satisfying combination of youthful energy, alertness to the story line, and consciousness of the spiritual themes in the material. T.W. (c) AudioFile 2005, Portland, Maine"
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