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Journeys across Niagara

Journeys across Niagara The Flute, the Feather, and the Drum

By D. K. LeVick
Published by WestBow Press

Average Blogger Rating: 2.67 Stars

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On 5/17 Stillmagnolia wrote: About The Book:  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 ... Journeys Across Niagara

Stillmagnolia's Rating:

2 Stars

On 3/21 Kjersti Wasiak wrote: Journeys across Niagara: The Flute, the Feather, and the Drum by D. K. LeVick weaves historical stories of the Falls into the novel's main plot about a group of teenagers in the 1960s. The stories set in different periods of the Niagara Falls include covering a musician living on the island, the Underground ... Book review: Journeys across Niagara by D. K. LeVick

Kjersti's Rating:

2 Stars

On 2/15 Lisa DuVal wrote: 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 ... Journeys Across Niagara: The Flute, The Feather, and The Drum by D.L. LeVick

Lisa 's Rating:

2 Stars

On 2/13 Rochelle Fernandez wrote: This book took place in the 1960, where 5 boys wanted to cross the Niagara falls. This book started out being very boring, and I could not keep my interest in this book. I was very disappointed in this, there was such foul language for a christian book. And I could not believe how poorly this book ... Journeys acoss Niagara

Rochelle's Rating:

1 Stars

On 2/1 Birdie wrote: Journeys Across Niagara: The Flute, the Feather, and the Drum by D.K. LeVickMy rating: 1 of 5 starsA group of young boys decide to explore the ice bridge of the frozen Niagara Falls. But the deadly ice formation traps the boys and they must try to escape.  I actually hated this book. It had a lot ... Journeys Across Niagara

Birdie's Rating:

1 Stars

On 7/12 Frank Olvera (aka The Christian Noob) wrote: “Journeys across Niagara” (ISBN 9781449732387) by D. K. LeVick is a story of a man and his friends in a classic American suburban family setting with a 1960′s vive similar to the Wonder Years. ‘Journeys across Niagara’ brings together a series of historical events, in a twist of mystery ... “Journeys across Niagara” by D. K. LeVick

Frank Olvera (aka The Christian Noob)'s Rating:

3 Stars

On 7/4 An Excellent Library wrote: Taking place in the early 1960s, this historical fiction novel interweaves the story of five teens making a dangerous trek down to the Niagara ice bridge with shorter historical stories highlighting other significant events in the history of the Falls. As the boys travel down to the Falls and make their ... Journeys Across Niagara

An Excellent Library's Rating:

4 Stars

On 6/26 Sharon wrote: Having been raised in Western New York and visiting the Falls regularly while grown up drew me to choose this book. How very disappointed I was to find a “Christian book” to be written with such vulgarity and rudeness. I was shocked to read of the young boys in the story to actually refer to Jesus ... Journeys Across Niagara by D. K. Levick

Sharon's Rating:

1 Stars

On 6/26 Donna Safford wrote: Niagara Falls - a place for tourists, weddings, and wonder. Is there more to the Falls than just their beauty? What secrets do they hold? This book leads the reader on a journey through time and experiences around Niagara Falls.An ice-bridge? No there really couldn't be one, the boys thought, but ... "Journeys Across Niagara" by D.K. Levick

Donna's Rating:

4 Stars

On 6/24 CarolAnn wrote: I chose to review this book because of the title. Having lived in Central New York and visited Niagara Falls, I thought it would be fun to revisit my “roots”. The descriptions of the falls and the river were right on. This has to be one of the most unusual books I have ever read. Five boys who live ... A most unusual book

CarolAnn's Rating:

4 Stars