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Feuerspringer sind Schnelleinsatz- und Vorauseinheiten der Feuerwehr, die bei Wald- und Flurbränden mit Fallschirmen über dem Brandgebiet abspringen und mit primitivsten Mitteln die Brandbekämpfung einleiten. Feuerspringer sind Schnelleinsatz- und Vorauseinheiten der Feuerwehr, die bei Wald- und Flurbränden mit Fallschirmen über dem Brandgebiet abspringen und​. Die Smokejumper (deutsch: Feuerspringer) sind eine Feuerwehreliteeinheit des United States Forest Service (USFS) und des Bureau of Land Management. Sit-ups für den Ernstfall: "Sie sind die Elite der Elite", sagt Fotograf Ryder über die Feuerspringer. DAVID RYDER/ REUTERS. 11 / Feuerspringer | Evans, Nicholas, Lutze, Kristian | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon.

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Feuerspringer sind Schnelleinsatz- und Vorauseinheiten der Feuerwehr, die bei Wald- und Flurbränden mit Fallschirmen über dem Brandgebiet abspringen und​. Von hier aus erreichen die Feuerspringer die wilde Berglandschaft der Rocky Mountains, den Yellowstone-Nationalpark und ein Dutzend. Brennende Taiga: Im Sommer ist Hochsaison für die Feuerspringer der "​Avialesoochrana", einer Waldschutz-Spezialeinheit der russischen Feuerwehr. feuerspringer

Remembering how much she had sung the praises of The Horse Whisperer, I gave Evans' third a go--and was not disappointed in the slightest.

I'm currently working through authors on my shelf from Z backwards having just completed a circuit in the other direction and then reversing it to make my way back to the Es.

I try to be highly selective with what I read at a Diana had read The Horse Whisperer and bought Nicholas Evans' succeeding two books on a bookstore excursion that feels like eons ago.

I try to be highly selective with what I read at a given point. I don't reach for the hard stuff unless I feel up to it. Having just tackled an page book, I wasn't sure what I was thinking in reaching for a page book, but it's not the length, after all, that I should be considering anyway but rather the breadth of the thing.

Diana's a Jane Austen fan. I read Persuasion and hated it, couldn't stick with it at all, and thus my reservations about this one would be that I'd find Evans similarly impenetrable and over my head.

Austen and her ilk make me feel like an idiot. Evans, however, couldn't have been more different. I know, of course, there is no basis for comparison between Victorian literature and modern fiction, but I thought perhaps there would be crossover elements uniquely tailored to Diana and her book club's tastes, and I don't like books that require me to diagram a sentence in order to enjoy them.

Evans doesn't. Yes, his fiction is rich and textured, but God bless him, he's an everyman with a soul.

I haven't read The Horse Whisperer, but Redford must have got it right because the heroism and stalwartness of his male characters and the hardy steel of his females are on display just as much here as in the film.

This is romance in a pure sense. Mild spoilers may await, so beware. He layers his characters with integrity and heart, even in their weakest moments, such as the periods of self-pity experienced by Ed after his fall, and especially as Julia and Connor battle the urge within to requite their forbidden love.

The greatest suspense often comes from whether or not characters are going to do the right thing, and what lifts Evans' romance above the pornographic swill commonly categorized as such is that they often do, although there are prices to pay and sacrifices to make that may cost them their lives.

As a Christian, I can see these people being called to account for their actions and being commended for them.

THAT is romantic to me. Yes, the gratification comes, and boy is it ever delayed! But it's delayed for all the right reasons, and by the time you reach it, you're so swept up in the mixture of tragedy and suspense it's taken to get there that Evans can pretty much do whatever he wants with you.

His book is obviously well-researched in the matters of smoke jumping, mountain fires, parachutes, photojournalism, and recent African history and political, but he doesn't show it off, like going into some tangential chapter to explain what all this stuff is.

It's inter-woven as needed in the story but it never subverts it so that never once do we lose track of the characters we have almost immediately fallen in love with.

There's a bit of Ed, Connor, and Julia in all of us at different points in our lives, and our hearts bleed and break for them.

I'd venture to say there's a bit of Skye in us, too, and the way the book finds redemption for her and Julia's experience with her will no doubt bring tears to your eyes.

Read this and then share it with the one you love. Make him or her read it, too, something I plan on doing with Diana. And then hit the hay and thank God you've made it safely together.

One more thing: There are two sex scenes in this book, and the first one almost ruined my perfect score, but the second one purposely redeems it.

I don't like sex scenes were people are just throwing the f-word at each other, not because I'm a prude but because it is seriously unromantic.

Well, it was intended to be a little off-putting, and I commend Evans for having the confidence in himself to make it right by the end.

Can a person love two people at the same time, and how does one choose just one? Julia meets Ed first and is in relationship with him when she meets his best friend Connor and has a "love at first sight" experience.

Connor reciprocates this feeling, but both he and Julia manage not to pursue a love that would hurt Ed.

The summer of life-altering events finds the three in Montana where Ed and Connor are smoke jumpers, something that they've been doing for several years together.

Julia is working Can a person love two people at the same time, and how does one choose just one? Julia is working with troubled teens in a outdoors outreach program.

A devastating fire forces choices that seem to doom any satisfaction of feelings for Julia and Connor.

Connor finds a life for himself courting danger on a daily basis. Connections, however, of people who love each other as these three do find ways to hang on.

Once again, Evans has taken the vast scenery of places, in this case Montana and Africa, and enfolded those places into the heart of the story.

He is simply a master at using setting as an additional character. Now that I've finished my last Nicholas Evans novel, I can only hope that others will follow.

Each one thus far has been an experience in pure reading pleasure. I would've given it 4. That being said I stayed up till early hours of the morning reading this book because I was so captured by everything about it.

The lifestyle, the love, the tragedy, the suspense I saw someone else who reviewed this book say that it made them want to visit Montana and I am going to second that!

In fact, can I move to Montana instead of visit? Just the vision of men in cowboy hats, blue jeans, boots, and semi-dirty from a hard day's work out in the forest I was able to vision every scenes with such detail it was incredible!

The poem Ed left for Julia made me ball like a little girl. Anyways, I was very sad when I finished this book at like am today.

And I would love, love, love to see it made into a movie; however, I don't think that'll happen since it's been out for a while. This book has everything I love in a story: slightly dangerous occupations my writing regularly features EMS and military characters.

War and chaos. A handsome, brooding male character. A love triangle Evans did a masterful job of using traumatic events and showing how the characters develop because of or in spite of them.

The 'voice' of each was authentic and even though there were four points of view telling their stories I didn't have any This book has everything I love in a story: slightly dangerous occupations my writing regularly features EMS and military characters.

The 'voice' of each was authentic and even though there were four points of view telling their stories I didn't have any moments of confusion like I have in other books.

The only weakness: the purpose of the moose-on-fire imagery was unclear to me, other than a vague notion of significance.

Introduced me to the term Smoke Jumpers it's pretty cool look it up other than that nothing new here. Same ole ole. Just the rehashing of his previous novels.

Smoke Jumpers are folks who jump into the middle of forest fires with the means and intentions of putting them out, or at least slowing down their path.

Connor Ford and Ed Tully are two such smoke jumpers and are the main characters, along with Julia Bishop, the woman who marries Ed but is loved by both of them.

A long convoluted story which is sometimes interesting and sometimes leaves the reader wondering where the plot is going. In reality the reader knows where the plot is eventually heading Smoke Jumpers are folks who jump into the middle of forest fires with the means and intentions of putting them out, or at least slowing down their path.

In reality the reader knows where the plot is eventually heading but it takes quite awhile to get there! Over pages, and I wondered towards the end when it would ever end.

Received the paperback from a fellow reader and I took it on a vacation because of its length, so I didn't have to take more than one book.

Nov 08, P. I like this author's books which combine romance and adventure in thrilling tales. This book tells the story of a man in a dangerous profession and also tells of the romance looking for while he tries to do a hard job.

Started out really well, but then very quickly took a dip into the cliche and everything for some reason had to be over the top meaningful and emotional, in the worst way possible.

The characters in this book makes choices that does not fit who they are, and as a reader they are hard to care for at all.

The story goes crazy and unbelievable, and tries to justify things that are basically twisted and sick. Further down you can read just exactly why I think this, if you don't mind spoilers.

Then there is a big fire where Ed gets blinded while doing his job and a young girl gets killed.

Julia somehow manages to blame all of this on herself even though none of it was her doing and she therefore marries Ed out of guilt.

She builds an entire life and marriage around feeling guilty for loving her husbands best friend more than him. And then, sick and twisted as it is, when Ed turns out to be sterile, she has a baby with Connor, to even further her bond with him Oh and despite her already basically cheating on Ed with her every waking thought of Connor, we conveniently avoid any actual cheating because Ed dies at a super young age And the cause of death does even get explained, he just dies, how convenient.

Then Julia, as the super great responsible mom she is, take her and Connors daughter with her to Afrika, straight into a war zone, just because Connor was there once, many years ago, just hoping he will return so she can finally get some man meat after years of stupidly avoiding her feelings.

And when the war then moves right up to her front door, does she leave to protect her daughter? Mother of the freaking year.

No she leaves at the very last minute, in a very very dangerous situation that could have gotten them both killed. Oh oh and get this, then Connor Big hero he is jumps out of a chopper straight into the war zone to save them, and he does and oh how amazing it is.

Then with the daughters blessing the two "star crossed lovers" finally work out the years of sexual frustration and lust, whoopti freaking doo Jul 08, T.

Combine that with epic proportions that leads the reader from one continent to another and back again, threading it with a cocktail of catch circumstances which are cause for the reader to pause and contemplate impact, summoning uncomfortable questions about how they really feel regarding certain dicey situations, and leading you to wonder how in the hell he's going to tie all these long and winding roads together.

Tie them he does and in expert style. The Smoke Jumper is, indeed, about bona fide Smoke Jumpers of which I didn't even know existed but it's also about troubled teens and the people who try to help them, music men chasing yet losing their big dreams, the destruction caused by perceived unrequited love and the shattering rain of war; in essence, The Smoke Jumper is about human existence and the relationship that human beings have with one another under a vast array of circumstances.

The ability of Nicholas Evans to pull off such a complicated tale so well is uncanny. How he gets inside the head of so many varied personalities and interprets what appears to be very real and plausible outcomes of each interaction is remarkable.

Is there a tad bit of fictional magic thrown into the mix? But afterall, isn't that the beauty and liberty of fiction and to be expected to some degree?

Is there a little bit of mooshie romance added for good measure. Yep - a little, but it's not overbearing and the allure of the book's basic premise far overshadows the lovey dovey factor.

All in all, I thoroughly enjoyed the Smoke Jumper. Sometimes when you pick up a book you have an idea of where the story is going.

I at least had an idea of where this one was going, but had no idea the struggles that would occur in the story to get there, nor did I have the story completely resolved.

I was first introduced to Nicholas Evans in a book store on a summer vacation. We were in one of those books a million and the cover kept grabbing at me.

Till at last I resolved myself to purchase The Horse Whisper. What an astounding book and autho Sometimes when you pick up a book you have an idea of where the story is going.

What an astounding book and author. I've read The Loop also. I purchased The Smoke Jumper ages ago and just never got around to reading it.

I wasn't disappointed either. This story of love and courage for all parties involved is very deep. Life is always a struggle and sometimes we learn right away life's experience and sometimes we have to keep making the same mistakes over and over always in different forms until we "get it".

The journey for Julia, Ed, and Connor is a long one. Life lessons are many. The story has enough "reality" spin on it that you can't help thinking it could be true.

I never really became engrossed in this, or really cared about the characters as much as I hoped I would. I ended up skimming paragraphs and had to make myself finish.

Maybe I should have just quit when I lost interest and tried it again another time. Regardless it was entertaining and a quick read.

My first book by this author. My husband enjoyed one of his books and so I had high hopes for a great story.

I was dissappointed that it seemed so unlike what I had envisioned. I loved The Horse Whis I never really became engrossed in this, or really cared about the characters as much as I hoped I would.

I loved The Horse Whisperer and thought the author of the book that inspired it would be more in tune with emotional drama.

Again, since a lot of folks have enjoyed this author, I'm sure it was me and not the book Near the end of the book, I had the feeling that the rest of the book was somewhere beside me Truly, I checked to be certain that I had not inadvertently purchased an abridgement.

Yes, the story fragments that are told show Evans at his best. Yes, the story is gripping. In fact, it is indeed because it is gripping that the fairytale ending is a bit of a letdown.

What is the meaning of the burning elk's antlers and eyes? Where does Skye twist fate? W Near the end of the book, I had the feeling that the rest of the book was somewhere beside me When and how did Ed die?

Why all the unwoven threads? A beautiful story unfulfilled. The parts of the story that exist are very well written.

In Nicholas Evans's The Smoke Jumper, he wrote such an emotional and heart-warming eco-thriller than ever before. For Connor Ford, he was a smoke jumper who saved Julia Bishop's life.

He fell in love with her, when she was with fellow smoke jumper, Ed Tully, his best friend. That have created an awkward love triangle, since she loved both of them, until she had to choose between the two of them after a fiery tragedy happened in Montana.

After the fire, he chose a life that didn't bring him happi In Nicholas Evans's The Smoke Jumper, he wrote such an emotional and heart-warming eco-thriller than ever before.

After the fire, he chose a life that didn't bring him happiness, until he was reunited with Julia with a new chance to be with her in the end.

I read this book when it was first published and I've just finished reading it again. It's a great book! The story of two men, best friends from completely different backgrounds with opposite personalities who are Smoke Jumpers.

The story begins in Montana and the introduction of a young woman. This is where the story of true friendship and honor really begin and the story enfolds you.

You feel as though you know these people and the travels take you around the world to the most horrific and beau I read this book when it was first published and I've just finished reading it again.

You feel as though you know these people and the travels take you around the world to the most horrific and beautiful moments one can experience.

Love, love, love this book. Would recommend to all! It was not a good read, I only persevered because I don't like abandoning books half way through.

From the very first pages I suspected how might it end, and, as I have now found out, I was spot on. That's not what I want from a book, I want to be surprised, made to think, shocked.

I don't want to go through a book mentally ticking off the events that I knew would happen. Waste of time, good job I didn't spend any money on it!

I find it too safe that the author had to kill someone to less complicate things. And to think that it had to come from himself the unpronounceable conclusion that the other two needed along.

Overall, still liked it. Liked the inner journey about a quarter through the end, and its theme zeroing in on the social disease that is humanity; hence the 3 stars.

An enjoyable story that includes drama, romance, suspense, and much more. The main characters are well-developed and seem like real people.

Nicholas Evans does a masterful job of presenting a story that spans many years without leaving the reader feel lost in the story.

I loved the first half of this book. The second half of the book, while connected, should have been a totally separate book by it's self. I absolutely loved this book!

I had it on my shelf and with the recent tragic fires in the Los Angeles area I thought that it would be a small, private way to honour the firefighters and smoke jumpers.

It is so rich in detail that it is difficult for me to do it justice without outlining the various segments, but they are already there in the publisher's blurb.

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A frustrating read, punctuated by too many plot twists where you have to suspend your disbelief. The story jumps around and regularly loses what small momentum it had built up as the reader is flung forward years or thousands of miles, or both.

The Smoke Jumper is at least pages too long, cluttered by pointless insights which seem to be lifted from a teenager's diary, and the denouement is signposted in flashing neon lights throughout the book - although how Evans reaches that point was too o A frustrating read, punctuated by too many plot twists where you have to suspend your disbelief.

The Smoke Jumper is at least pages too long, cluttered by pointless insights which seem to be lifted from a teenager's diary, and the denouement is signposted in flashing neon lights throughout the book - although how Evans reaches that point was too outlandish to be engaging.

There's a good book in here somewhere, but Evans took a promising scenario and got lost in a fog of his own creation.

I read a lot of books and have a lot of favorites. When someone asks me "What's your favorite book?

But now after 19 years I have found my all time book! It has an awesome intense, heartwarming storyline where you fall in love with the characters.

I love books that has romance and this book has the heartwarming, tear jerking love story I have ever read.

Evans did an I read a lot of books and have a lot of favorites. Evans did an amazing job and I want to thank him for writing this book!

Diana had read The Horse Whisperer and bought Nicholas Evans' succeeding two books on a bookstore excursion that feels like eons ago.

Remembering how much she had sung the praises of The Horse Whisperer, I gave Evans' third a go--and was not disappointed in the slightest.

I'm currently working through authors on my shelf from Z backwards having just completed a circuit in the other direction and then reversing it to make my way back to the Es.

I try to be highly selective with what I read at a Diana had read The Horse Whisperer and bought Nicholas Evans' succeeding two books on a bookstore excursion that feels like eons ago.

I try to be highly selective with what I read at a given point. I don't reach for the hard stuff unless I feel up to it.

Having just tackled an page book, I wasn't sure what I was thinking in reaching for a page book, but it's not the length, after all, that I should be considering anyway but rather the breadth of the thing.

Diana's a Jane Austen fan. I read Persuasion and hated it, couldn't stick with it at all, and thus my reservations about this one would be that I'd find Evans similarly impenetrable and over my head.

Austen and her ilk make me feel like an idiot. Evans, however, couldn't have been more different. I know, of course, there is no basis for comparison between Victorian literature and modern fiction, but I thought perhaps there would be crossover elements uniquely tailored to Diana and her book club's tastes, and I don't like books that require me to diagram a sentence in order to enjoy them.

Evans doesn't. Yes, his fiction is rich and textured, but God bless him, he's an everyman with a soul. I haven't read The Horse Whisperer, but Redford must have got it right because the heroism and stalwartness of his male characters and the hardy steel of his females are on display just as much here as in the film.

This is romance in a pure sense. Mild spoilers may await, so beware. He layers his characters with integrity and heart, even in their weakest moments, such as the periods of self-pity experienced by Ed after his fall, and especially as Julia and Connor battle the urge within to requite their forbidden love.

The greatest suspense often comes from whether or not characters are going to do the right thing, and what lifts Evans' romance above the pornographic swill commonly categorized as such is that they often do, although there are prices to pay and sacrifices to make that may cost them their lives.

As a Christian, I can see these people being called to account for their actions and being commended for them. THAT is romantic to me.

Yes, the gratification comes, and boy is it ever delayed! But it's delayed for all the right reasons, and by the time you reach it, you're so swept up in the mixture of tragedy and suspense it's taken to get there that Evans can pretty much do whatever he wants with you.

His book is obviously well-researched in the matters of smoke jumping, mountain fires, parachutes, photojournalism, and recent African history and political, but he doesn't show it off, like going into some tangential chapter to explain what all this stuff is.

It's inter-woven as needed in the story but it never subverts it so that never once do we lose track of the characters we have almost immediately fallen in love with.

There's a bit of Ed, Connor, and Julia in all of us at different points in our lives, and our hearts bleed and break for them.

I'd venture to say there's a bit of Skye in us, too, and the way the book finds redemption for her and Julia's experience with her will no doubt bring tears to your eyes.

Read this and then share it with the one you love. Make him or her read it, too, something I plan on doing with Diana. And then hit the hay and thank God you've made it safely together.

One more thing: There are two sex scenes in this book, and the first one almost ruined my perfect score, but the second one purposely redeems it.

I don't like sex scenes were people are just throwing the f-word at each other, not because I'm a prude but because it is seriously unromantic.

Well, it was intended to be a little off-putting, and I commend Evans for having the confidence in himself to make it right by the end.

Can a person love two people at the same time, and how does one choose just one? Julia meets Ed first and is in relationship with him when she meets his best friend Connor and has a "love at first sight" experience.

Connor reciprocates this feeling, but both he and Julia manage not to pursue a love that would hurt Ed. The summer of life-altering events finds the three in Montana where Ed and Connor are smoke jumpers, something that they've been doing for several years together.

Julia is working Can a person love two people at the same time, and how does one choose just one? Julia is working with troubled teens in a outdoors outreach program.

A devastating fire forces choices that seem to doom any satisfaction of feelings for Julia and Connor.

Connor finds a life for himself courting danger on a daily basis. Connections, however, of people who love each other as these three do find ways to hang on.

Once again, Evans has taken the vast scenery of places, in this case Montana and Africa, and enfolded those places into the heart of the story.

He is simply a master at using setting as an additional character. Now that I've finished my last Nicholas Evans novel, I can only hope that others will follow.

Each one thus far has been an experience in pure reading pleasure. I would've given it 4. That being said I stayed up till early hours of the morning reading this book because I was so captured by everything about it.

The lifestyle, the love, the tragedy, the suspense I saw someone else who reviewed this book say that it made them want to visit Montana and I am going to second that!

In fact, can I move to Montana instead of visit? Just the vision of men in cowboy hats, blue jeans, boots, and semi-dirty from a hard day's work out in the forest I was able to vision every scenes with such detail it was incredible!

The poem Ed left for Julia made me ball like a little girl. Anyways, I was very sad when I finished this book at like am today.

And I would love, love, love to see it made into a movie; however, I don't think that'll happen since it's been out for a while.

This book has everything I love in a story: slightly dangerous occupations my writing regularly features EMS and military characters.

War and chaos. A handsome, brooding male character. A love triangle Evans did a masterful job of using traumatic events and showing how the characters develop because of or in spite of them.

The 'voice' of each was authentic and even though there were four points of view telling their stories I didn't have any This book has everything I love in a story: slightly dangerous occupations my writing regularly features EMS and military characters.

The 'voice' of each was authentic and even though there were four points of view telling their stories I didn't have any moments of confusion like I have in other books.

The only weakness: the purpose of the moose-on-fire imagery was unclear to me, other than a vague notion of significance.

Introduced me to the term Smoke Jumpers it's pretty cool look it up other than that nothing new here. Same ole ole.

Just the rehashing of his previous novels. Smoke Jumpers are folks who jump into the middle of forest fires with the means and intentions of putting them out, or at least slowing down their path.

Connor Ford and Ed Tully are two such smoke jumpers and are the main characters, along with Julia Bishop, the woman who marries Ed but is loved by both of them.

A long convoluted story which is sometimes interesting and sometimes leaves the reader wondering where the plot is going.

In reality the reader knows where the plot is eventually heading Smoke Jumpers are folks who jump into the middle of forest fires with the means and intentions of putting them out, or at least slowing down their path.

In reality the reader knows where the plot is eventually heading but it takes quite awhile to get there! Over pages, and I wondered towards the end when it would ever end.

Received the paperback from a fellow reader and I took it on a vacation because of its length, so I didn't have to take more than one book.

Nov 08, P. I like this author's books which combine romance and adventure in thrilling tales. This book tells the story of a man in a dangerous profession and also tells of the romance looking for while he tries to do a hard job.

Started out really well, but then very quickly took a dip into the cliche and everything for some reason had to be over the top meaningful and emotional, in the worst way possible.

The characters in this book makes choices that does not fit who they are, and as a reader they are hard to care for at all.

The story goes crazy and unbelievable, and tries to justify things that are basically twisted and sick. Further down you can read just exactly why I think this, if you don't mind spoilers.

Then there is a big fire where Ed gets blinded while doing his job and a young girl gets killed. Julia somehow manages to blame all of this on herself even though none of it was her doing and she therefore marries Ed out of guilt.

She builds an entire life and marriage around feeling guilty for loving her husbands best friend more than him. And then, sick and twisted as it is, when Ed turns out to be sterile, she has a baby with Connor, to even further her bond with him Oh and despite her already basically cheating on Ed with her every waking thought of Connor, we conveniently avoid any actual cheating because Ed dies at a super young age And the cause of death does even get explained, he just dies, how convenient.

Then Julia, as the super great responsible mom she is, take her and Connors daughter with her to Afrika, straight into a war zone, just because Connor was there once, many years ago, just hoping he will return so she can finally get some man meat after years of stupidly avoiding her feelings.

And when the war then moves right up to her front door, does she leave to protect her daughter? Mother of the freaking year.

No she leaves at the very last minute, in a very very dangerous situation that could have gotten them both killed.

Oh oh and get this, then Connor Big hero he is jumps out of a chopper straight into the war zone to save them, and he does and oh how amazing it is.

Then with the daughters blessing the two "star crossed lovers" finally work out the years of sexual frustration and lust, whoopti freaking doo Jul 08, T.

Combine that with epic proportions that leads the reader from one continent to another and back again, threading it with a cocktail of catch circumstances which are cause for the reader to pause and contemplate impact, summoning uncomfortable questions about how they really feel regarding certain dicey situations, and leading you to wonder how in the hell he's going to tie all these long and winding roads together.

Tie them he does and in expert style. The Smoke Jumper is, indeed, about bona fide Smoke Jumpers of which I didn't even know existed but it's also about troubled teens and the people who try to help them, music men chasing yet losing their big dreams, the destruction caused by perceived unrequited love and the shattering rain of war; in essence, The Smoke Jumper is about human existence and the relationship that human beings have with one another under a vast array of circumstances.

The ability of Nicholas Evans to pull off such a complicated tale so well is uncanny. How he gets inside the head of so many varied personalities and interprets what appears to be very real and plausible outcomes of each interaction is remarkable.

Is there a tad bit of fictional magic thrown into the mix? But afterall, isn't that the beauty and liberty of fiction and to be expected to some degree?

Is there a little bit of mooshie romance added for good measure. Yep - a little, but it's not overbearing and the allure of the book's basic premise far overshadows the lovey dovey factor.

All in all, I thoroughly enjoyed the Smoke Jumper. Sometimes when you pick up a book you have an idea of where the story is going. I at least had an idea of where this one was going, but had no idea the struggles that would occur in the story to get there, nor did I have the story completely resolved.

I was first introduced to Nicholas Evans in a book store on a summer vacation. We were in one of those books a million and the cover kept grabbing at me.

Till at last I resolved myself to purchase The Horse Whisper. What an astounding book and autho Sometimes when you pick up a book you have an idea of where the story is going.

What an astounding book and author. I've read The Loop also. I purchased The Smoke Jumper ages ago and just never got around to reading it.

I wasn't disappointed either. This story of love and courage for all parties involved is very deep. Life is always a struggle and sometimes we learn right away life's experience and sometimes we have to keep making the same mistakes over and over always in different forms until we "get it".

The journey for Julia, Ed, and Connor is a long one. Life lessons are many. The story has enough "reality" spin on it that you can't help thinking it could be true.

I never really became engrossed in this, or really cared about the characters as much as I hoped I would. I ended up skimming paragraphs and had to make myself finish.

Maybe I should have just quit when I lost interest and tried it again another time. Regardless it was entertaining and a quick read.

My first book by this author. My husband enjoyed one of his books and so I had high hopes for a great story. I was dissappointed that it seemed so unlike what I had envisioned.

I loved The Horse Whis I never really became engrossed in this, or really cared about the characters as much as I hoped I would.

I loved The Horse Whisperer and thought the author of the book that inspired it would be more in tune with emotional drama.

Again, since a lot of folks have enjoyed this author, I'm sure it was me and not the book Near the end of the book, I had the feeling that the rest of the book was somewhere beside me Truly, I checked to be certain that I had not inadvertently purchased an abridgement.

Yes, the story fragments that are told show Evans at his best. Yes, the story is gripping. In fact, it is indeed because it is gripping that the fairytale ending is a bit of a letdown.

What is the meaning of the burning elk's antlers and eyes? Where does Skye twist fate? W Near the end of the book, I had the feeling that the rest of the book was somewhere beside me When and how did Ed die?

Why all the unwoven threads? A beautiful story unfulfilled. The parts of the story that exist are very well written. In Nicholas Evans's The Smoke Jumper, he wrote such an emotional and heart-warming eco-thriller than ever before.

For Connor Ford, he was a smoke jumper who saved Julia Bishop's life. He fell in love with her, when she was with fellow smoke jumper, Ed Tully, his best friend.

That have created an awkward love triangle, since she loved both of them, until she had to choose between the two of them after a fiery tragedy happened in Montana.

After the fire, he chose a life that didn't bring him happi In Nicholas Evans's The Smoke Jumper, he wrote such an emotional and heart-warming eco-thriller than ever before.

After the fire, he chose a life that didn't bring him happiness, until he was reunited with Julia with a new chance to be with her in the end.

I read this book when it was first published and I've just finished reading it again. It's a great book!

The story of two men, best friends from completely different backgrounds with opposite personalities who are Smoke Jumpers. The story begins in Montana and the introduction of a young woman.

This is where the story of true friendship and honor really begin and the story enfolds you. You feel as though you know these people and the travels take you around the world to the most horrific and beau I read this book when it was first published and I've just finished reading it again.

You feel as though you know these people and the travels take you around the world to the most horrific and beautiful moments one can experience.

Love, love, love this book. Would recommend to all! It was not a good read, I only persevered because I don't like abandoning books half way through.

From the very first pages I suspected how might it end, and, as I have now found out, I was spot on. That's not what I want from a book, I want to be surprised, made to think, shocked.

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