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This is a charming story, in the spirit of Lewis' Narnia series, and Focus on the Family's Adventures in Odyssey. There are flavors of J.K. Rowling and Robert Lewis Stevenson, too.
Good character development. They're well drawn, interesting, and mostly believable. Mark Schwinge
Dr. Paul Chiles earned degrees in chemistry, medicine, and public health at the University of Washington. After working in Papua New Guinea for two years, Paul and his wife, Joyce, moved to San Juan Island in northern Puget Sound. Over the next seventeen years, while practicing medicine and raising two children, they frequently volunteered in mission hospitals around the world.
In 1992 they sold the practice and moved to a ranch in south, central Washington State so that they could work more frequently in disaster interventions. Paul and Joyce are often found on opposite sides of the world as they respond to various disasters for Samaritan's Purse. Paul also works part time for the U.S. Government Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance. He has served in more than thirty different countries.