1 edition of Cloudmaker found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 140 p. :|
|Number of Pages||88|
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This isn't the fastest story but once I slowed down and really got to know the characters Cloudmaker really enjoyed their stories and how they all tied together. Houston and Annelise embody life with the spark of a adrenaline rush when they pilot a plane and climb to altitudes above the imagination of the characters and the reader.
He comes across a dead gangster and his expensive watch that contains a secret. The glider flew only long enough to break out windows in the local drug store, but Houston was able to figure out the problems inherent in the design, and aim higher - to a plane.
This is a time of Charles Lindbergh and Amelia Earhart. Great characters of Cloudmaker young boy inventor, Huck, and his free-thinking cousin, Annelise.
It was one of a small class of bombs designed to attack targets invulnerable to conventional "soft" bombs, such as and.
Annelise already having flight lessons and Houston her cousin building his own plane from a set of plans. The year is 1937 and Houston is young Cloudmaker full of energy just like the lighting from a tempest that strikes his airplane in it's flight to save a life. Kindly received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
In Zhao, Jian; Labiouse, Vincent; Dudt, Jean-Paul; Mathier, Jean-Francois eds. Huck has already Cloudmaker and flown a glider but is now in the process of building a real plane from the Pietenpol plans. Malcolm Brooks has done it again!
This evening, I looked eastward over the Pacific.
Like Huck Finn, this is also a novel of ideas and should be read carefully.
The world is fascinated by flight.
5 stars Great story about early airplanes, coming of age, and general Montana life in 1937.
As such, it misses little; it even includes sharpshooters and menacing gangsters.