(A) loving adaptation that retains all the excitement of the decades-old original (Lost on a Mountain in Maine
). IFanBoy's 2011: Must Have Graphic Novels
Riveting details and energetic drawings bring the heart of the story to the forefront, placing readers in the wilderness with Fendler . . . Lost Trail
deserves a spot in everyone's library, young and old alike, for the message it leaves in the minds of its readers--that despite bad odds, things can and do turn out right. New Maine Times
It's the kind of story that grips readers right up until the end . . . Lost Trail
will capture the attention of middle grade readers and it's sure to engage reluctant readers . . . an excellent addition to juvenile graphic novel collections. (5 stars) The Nonfiction Detectives
From the Back Cover
"Donn Fendlers story of survival is both terrifying and uplifting. It's wonderful to see it in a format that will introduce it to a whole new generation of readers. Here is a graphic novel about a real American superhero." - Stephen King.