Journeys Across Niagara: The Flute, The Feather, and The Drum by D.L. LeVick

Paperback or E-book format
358 pages
Publisher: WestBow Press (December 2011)
I received a complimentary copy from the publisher via booksneeze in exchange for an honest review.


A faded picture sets in motion a perilous journey for five young men in 1962, who, with a twist of mystery and revelation not only encounter harrowing adventure in the forbidden Niagara Gorge, but are forced to confront the swirling illusions of the world and God—changing their lives forever. More than a simple tale of camaraderie and adventure, this is a fascinating tale rich in historical fact and stories of visitors journeying through Niagara on the underground railroad and the Devil’s Hole Massacre. Journeys across America is a kaleidoscope of adventure and history exploring the questions confronting people of all ages.

My Review:

Though the book had an interesting premise but I found it hard to get into. I also thought the author had a hard time with the voice of teenage boys and the language put me off some considering it supposed to be a Christian book. I also didn't get anything spiritual out of the book. The historical aspects were interesting however.


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