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"If you like the notion of traveling back in time, then Archipelago by David Ward is a must read for you. . . The plot is jam-packed with plenty of unpredictable action. . . This is a great book to read for pleasure whether you are 10-years-old or an adult. Ward will take his readers on a nail-biting adventure back into time, and they will not want to put the book down until it is finished."

Highly Recommended"

-- CM Magazine

"Lovers of time travel will enjoy this book set in B.C.'s Queen Charlotte Islands. Jonah is accompanying his artist mother to the islands when an accident transports him back 14, 000 years to a time that is strikingly different. Yet his attraction to a stone-age Aboriginal girl is surprisingly modern."

-- Winnipeg Free Press

"David Ward's clear, direct prose keeps the plot lively, and his dialogues, especially those between Jonah and his mother, are lifelike and compelling."

-- ForeWord Magazine

"David Ward's clear, direct prose keeps the plot lively, and his dialogues, especially those between Jonah and his mother, are lifelike and compelling."

-- School Library Journal

About the Author

David Ward was born in Montreal but grew up in Vancouver, British Columbia, hiking and kayaking the beautiful West Coast. David, his wife and three children maintain a home in Pender Harbour on the Sunshine Coast where he edits his novels and picture book manuscripts in view of the ocean. David is currently an Assistant Professor in Language and Literacy at Willamette University in Oregon.
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