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Posted January 24, 2013
This is an amusing “travel” adventure about a young newspaper columnist in search of a way out of big trouble. His freewheeling lifestyle has cornered him and forced a soul-searching confrontation with his dreams of riches and baseball fame. The solution is literally in his grasp until temptation offers an easier way, and the confrontation turns life-and-death.
Faith and spiritual issues underpin the ways out of his dilemma, aided by a bigger-than-life God-fearing woodsman. At first repulsed, the young columnist is forced to consider this man’s version of truth which centers on a biblical God.
I especially likes the interesting contrast of big city life with vast Northwest forests. Plenty of diverse characters, and the main ones are well-developed.
I enjoyed this book. I could identify with the main character and take on his problems and adventure. The plot is the book's high point, with periodic humor, and easy to read text.
I recommend the book to anyone looking for adventure with a spiritual bent, particularly men.