» Flights of Angels || á PDF Read by  Cindy Brandner

By Cindy Brandner | Comments: ( 669 ) | Date: ( Dec 08, 2019 )

Winner of the 2012 Global ebook Award for Best Historical FictionFrom the dark fairy tale forests of Russia To the steamy intrigues of a Hong Kong opium den From ancestral secrets long hidden in a Paris mansion To the rolling, bloody hills of Ireland during the Troubles Meticulously researched and brilliantly written, this, the third book in Cindy Brandner s maWinner of the 2012 Global ebook Award for Best Historical FictionFrom the dark fairy tale forests of Russia To the steamy intrigues of a Hong Kong opium den From ancestral secrets long hidden in a Paris mansion To the rolling, bloody hills of Ireland during the Troubles Meticulously researched and brilliantly written, this, the third book in Cindy Brandner s magnificent Exit Unicorns series continues the story of Casey and Pamela Riordan, Pat Riordan and Jamie Kirkpatrick Trapped by circumstance and the events of his past in the USSR, Jamie Kirpatrick struggles to survive in a hostile environment where not all is as it seems, and blood bonds are forged with enemies in order to survive In Ireland, Pamela and Casey Riordan attempt to live a normal life amidst deceit, betrayal and an unofficial war that claims than just blood Bequeathed a legacy by Jamie Kirkpatrick, they struggle to keep an empire intact but cannot know the surprises that await them Flights of Angels is not only historical fiction, but equal parts political thriller, love story and fairy tale Richly embroidered with lush imagery, spanning continents and vastly different cultures, this is an epic tale of country and the turnings of the human heart.


  • Title: Flights of Angels
  • Author: Cindy Brandner
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  • Page: 155
  • Format: Kindle Edition

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  • Melodie

    This sweeping series continues with the characters further entangled in the civil war in Northern Ireland and the consequences of patriotism and international intrigue.The plot is twisty, complicated and by turns heartbreaking,uplifting and yes, at times outrageously funny. The expansion of James Kirkpatrick's role as a man of international intrigue gets a lot of play as does the history of the Soviet Union.Initially I had some trouble getting into this part of the story. But it grew on me as I [...]


  • Judy

    this is the third book in the Exit Unicorn series. In the beginning of the book it was a little hard to follow, but followed the two previous books in the series with the same characters, set in a different part of the world. Once I got into the book I couldn't put it down. Cindy Brandner is one of the finest story tellers. You can transport yourself and touch the characters, feelings and she is also a great historical writer. I hope their will be a 4th in this beautiful continuing saga.


  • Nalana

    Flights of Angels is the 3rd installment of the Exit Unicorn Series and, WOW, is it good! I've read all three books and my review today will talk about this book and the writer, Cindy Brandner.First, the story. Just be ready for a well played drama as things unfold for Casey & Pamela, Patrick and Jamie. There are ups and downs, light and darkness, and personal growth for all of these wonderful characters. You get drawn into a spiders web of intricate story lines, that are truly connected, ev [...]


  • Yvonne

    Ms. Brandner continues to enchant me with her gift of language. Her ability to immediately engage me so delightfully reminds me of Ray Bradbury's Dandelion Wine. It's just a pleasure to read, and I was sorry when the the last page arrived. Besides that, the story of Ireland and its people is fascinating, especially the love Ireland's people hold for her. I was first made aware of England's oppression of the Irish people as I traveled a bus down its narrow roads. (Yes, we DID have to stop for a f [...]


  • Cenie Evans

    The Exit Unicorn series reminded me of Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series except that this is Irish(rather than Scottish) history and there isn't any time traveling . A lot of prose and the primary location is Ireland though this last book includes Japan and Russia and really explores Jamie's psych. I loved it and can't wait to read the next installment.


  • Margaret G.

    I would be astonished if Cindy Brandner has not read and been inspired by the works of Diana Gabaldon. Having completed the three (so far) books of the Exit Unicorns series, with Flights of Angels being the most recent, I see many elements shared by the works of these two very talented authors. A sense of history, excellent research, facility with language and dialect, the ability to create remarkably real characters both Gabaldon and Brandner exhibit all these talents. Toss in a swoon-worthy "b [...]


  • Candy

    I'm rating this 3 stars, because it took me so long to read. I reserve the higher stars for books that I can't put down and read in less than a month!!I have enjoyed this series. l have liked, disliked, been frustrated, annoyed and saddened by most of the characters in this ever evolving saga. I have found, in the last few series novels that I have read (Outlander, Game of Thrones, Harry Potter, The Century Trilogy, etc) that each subsequent novel gets longer and longerrrrr with just too much go [...]


  • Annie

    I can't believe I invested so much time on this series. The first book was decent, but in serious need of editing. By the time I finished the second, I was just curious about how she would resolve the relationships. This book, the third in the series is a massive volume of self indulgent, meandering drivil. Was she self published? Did she even have an editor? If she had just cut out half of the cups of tea the book would have been hundreds of pages shorter. I ended up skimming through pages of i [...]


  • Sallie

    Cindy Brandner is a writer unswayed -- by convention, by reader opinion, by her own wishes and hopes. She does what few writers are able to accomplish. She lets the story guide the pen rather than letting the pen tamper with the story. And it is a beautiful, painful story she tells.The latest installment in the Exit Unicorns series is woven together with intricate plot lines and fairy tales, a novel rife with mystery and heartache like the lands of its backdrop. We gain a glimpse of the deeper w [...]


  • Bonnie Staughton

    "Flights of Angels" is #3 in the "Exit Unicorn" series. As with the other 2 books, I really enjoyed this one also. I didn't completely understand the story-in-a-story of "The Crooked Man" but hopefully book #4 may shed more light on this. If not, I may have to read it again! Again, the descriptions of the Irish countryside and it's comparison with Russia help me to visualize the story in my mind. The changing of the seasons descriptions keep the book "rolling along". These books encompass all of [...]


  • Helka Kärkinen

    The third book of the Exit Unicorn -story is a magnificent adventure. The characters, Jamie, Casey, Pamela and Pat are drawn through Russian forests and stormy Irish coasts. Their lives are in danger due to their own choices and the political settings in Ireland. Yet the most beautiful things can be found hidden in Russia and the most dangerous paths open up in one's own mind. Not to be taken lightly is this storyline.


  • Jackie

    Third book in the Exit Unicorn series. This book again went into a completely different direction than what I expected but after reading it was exactly where the story needed to go. Another excellent story from Cindy, anxiously awaiting the fourth book. The author has an exceptional ability to pull the reader into her stories and keep them thereon after the books are finished. I look forward to reading more from this author.


  • Angela

    This series has gotten better with every subsequent book. I really enjoy her interesting characters and her style of prose. This was certainly a complete story but it ended in quite a cliff hanger. Can't wait for the fourth book!


  • Nancy Hamill

    loved it!


  • Laurie

    This is the third installment of the Exit Unicorns. Loved it! Highly recommend this series. With each book, author Cindy Brandner gets better and better!


  • Donna Sundre

    This was the best of the series to date, and I will move forward immediately with the next book, In the Country of Shadows! Wow! I love the writing concerning nature and the world. Lots of exciting things happened in this book that spanned several continents in truly unexpected ways. I have great admiration for Cindy Brandner, and she is a truly inspired writer. What great fun!


  • Kathleen Kush

    MY GOD THIS SERIES IS AWESOMEHer writing is like nothing I've come across before, your so drawn in from the start & it never stops. characters so real I feel like I could talk to them & touch them. Writing so rich & vivid I feel like I know this country very well,her beauty,her secrets, her everything. I love this series so much. I can't wait to make a trip over there


  • Kim

    Sigh. I am immersed in these characters. Flights of Angels is quite a journey. The Far East , Russia, Ireland, Paris & the land of the wee folk are all intertwined. We learn more about Jamie Kirkpatrick and see the strength in Pamela, Casey, Pat & David. All of this is grounded in the violence of Northern Ireland in the 1970s. A must read !


  • Pam

    This author breathes beauty and sorrow to life with her words!


  • David Ezzio

    Another wonderful bookLove this book. Really enjoyed reading about life in Russia. She really knows how to change each book up and make it just as interesting.


  • Lesley

    you get attached to the characters and want to spend more time with them


  • The Literary Connoisseur

    I have told my fellow readers many times that Mermaid in a Bowl of Tears by Cindy Brandner is my favorite Exit Unicorns book. That was the book that clicked for me. I got sucked in more instantly than I did with Exit Unicorns, and its story was the one to prove to me that Ms Brandner's work is truly exceptional.That being said, Flights of Angels, book three in the Exit Unicorns series, sold me for good. This book in particular has taken the Exit Unicorns series off my "favorite series" list, and [...]


  • Jen

    If you haven't delved into the world of Exit Unicorns, then you are missing out on an epic work of art!! I started reading the first book 3 different times before I got to the halfway point early last year. After that, I was transported into the world of the characters of this phenomenal series. I then read books 2 and 3 respectively consuming over 2000 pages of literary genius in only 3 short months. This was not good, as this book, book four "In the Country of Shadows" wasn't going to be relea [...]


  • Beth

    I’d be lying if I didn’t say Flights of Angels was a hard slog. Having not read the previous novels, I feel I may have been missing some background knowledge that may have made this novel more easily enjoyable yet I still ploughed on and felt, on the whole, it was an enjoyable read although the length may be a bit extreme.I particularly enjoyed Jamie’s tale, as he is trapped in the gulag and finds humanity in the strangest of places. I enjoyed the descriptive nature of the passages during [...]


  • Janet

    This third book in the series I found to be kind of an odd duck and I had to laugh at another reviewer's comment that if the author had just left out all the cups of tea, the book would have been much shorter. This book, more than the first two, seemed at times to be a case of a good storyteller gone a bit wild. Jamie's adventures in Russia include the life stories of every Russian who has any significance at all. It also has a fairy tale woven through it, the story of a boy named Jack, his dog [...]


  • Lucy Takeda

    I was enthralled my the first two novels. This one wasn't quite as intriguing to me, because quite a bit of it is set in Russia, and my personal interest is Ireland. There is a mix of Celtic and Russian folklore, numerous political wars, bribery, a gulag, chess, gypsies, spies, and oodles of violence and sex. The villains are incredibly abominable. I am getting slightly tired of reading about so many incredibly beautiful characters and torture. It took a bit of finagling to get these books; I am [...]


  • cindy hackney

    This story has such passion ,loyalty for one another, one of heritage and country.You have stories of legends and such poetry, then the hardship of war, lost , unjustified imprisonment, lost and betrayal. I can't believe how this book ended! I have so many questions. Where is Casey? What is happening with Jamie, Patrick, and Pamela? It has left me needing answers, it ended to soon. I do look forward to a 4th book, I need answers This can't be the end.


  • Laura

    I have stuck with this series (Exit Unicorns) because of the gorgeous writing, although, as always, I think the winding structure and wandering plot leave something to be desired. I've also enjoyed learning so much about contemporary Irish history, as these events were never fully covered in my news reading at the time. I think this book is one of the better ones of the series.


  • Diane

    I was very disappointed in this book. I liked the first two books although I was getting annoyed at the characters' God-like perfection . I tried to finish it twice after putting it down but I just couldn't do it. I think the material could have been edited to create two different stories. Very boring and disjointed . I am done with this series.


  • Drew

    11/17 - this was my second reading of this book because it had been so long, I couldn't remember all the storylines and people when I started Book 4. Although I gave this one a 4 last time, I remember it being a bit of a tedious read. This time, I could barely put it down! Anxious to get to the next installment.


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