Final Mission Sharon Sanders

ISBN: 9781420874921

Published: August 1st 2005


340 pages


Final Mission  by  Sharon Sanders

Final Mission by Sharon Sanders
August 1st 2005 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 340 pages | ISBN: 9781420874921 | 7.43 Mb

Final Mission is the true story about Rob and Sharon Sanders five year journey to uncover the mystery of the final resting place of Robs uncle who was killed on his 50th and last mission over Vienna, Austria during WWII. Beginning with nothing but a faded picture of Uncle Bobby in his flight suit, which bares an uncanny resemblance to Rob, the search led them across seven states and two continents. Over the course of several years, personal interviews with surviving crew members and letters written home from Uncle Bob, assisted them in piecing together the chronology of events that would eventually lead to their goal.

As information unfolded, Sharon began to experience visions and dreams affirming that they were on the right path. Emphasizing the importance of love, remembrance and the healing needed for families and souls subject to the devastation of war, the reader will share as they find themselves compelled to honor not just one fallen hero, but over four hundred thousand fallen heroes.

It is a story that challenged their own spiritual beliefs and brought to the forefront the possibility of reincarnation and ones ability to recognize divine guidance through coincidence and synchronicity.

The Cape Cod Times, a local daily newspaper, chronicled their trip to Nuepre, Belgium in May, 2001, as the first family members to ever hold a full military and religious service for one soldier at the Ardennes.

Later, it received two first place awards for best human interest story of the year by the New England Press Associates and the New England Associated Press Newspapers Editors Association. It is Rob and Sharons greatest hope that Final Mission will reach out to as many as possible, bringing forth Uncle Bobs message to remember the price paid and the sacrifice given, that future generations would live in peace.

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