This book was hard to put down, I just had to find out what happened next.
Gary's writing style makes one want to slow down an absorb all the detail, I really liked the story line and the interaction of the main characters, Great Job.
The story is preachy, unrealistic and totally unbelievable; the writing is amateurish and reads like a fifth grade essay assignment.
A good story I did not realise is was a work of fiction until close to the end as it all started to work oust for themPublished 17 days ago by Sid
I read this book from cover to cover only because I am in a semi remote location which makes it difficult to get access and because I paid for it. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Diana Walti
It was a little too preachy. I wasn't expecting it to be about converting Christians. It should be listed more with the religious books than as an Alaskan mystery.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
The story took the reader on a full journey. Sometimes a story can leave many parts out, especially the end, well not this time. Which is why I give it 5 stars.Published 5 months ago by ben ski
It was a very exciting read.Just my kind of story.I ordered another one of his books.Published 6 months ago by mary a slyter
I bought it as a true adventure, but it's fiction!!!!!! Went 1/3 of the book wondering about it, then realised its a story on survival with lots and lots of Christianity analysys... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Aris
A little preachy, but that was what the author was going for, so I was ok with it. The survival part was more of what I was looking for, and that was pretty good.Published 8 months ago by Craig Caugh