” I loved how this book kept me on edge the whole time with it’s adventure and good characters. I liked the overall concept even though it was out of the normal fiction flow which I love. The book had a great feel that made me want to keep reading even when I was falling asleep. It had great wording and was over all well put together. ”
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Margot donated Surviving the Improbable Quest to a 6th grade library! How awesome!!
An epic tale of survival of a young boy
, August 15, 2016
This review is from: Surviving the Improbable Quest (Heroes of Distant Planets) (Volume 1) (Paperback)
Allan survives a horrific car accident that kills his parents leaving him a paraplegic. His other sensory perceptions take over, meeting creatures from another world when he survives a flash flood while on a camping trip with his uncle Rubic. A fantastic tale of survival of a young boy with limited mobility as he finds his way back to the camp and reunites with his uncle. Thank you Brad Peterson @ Synesthesia Books for a complementary copy that will be donated to my daughter’s grade 6 class for their reading pleasure.
“Author Anderson Atlas offers an inspirational message of hope, reminding readers that our greatest limitations are the ones which we cling to in our mind. Positively uplifting moments abound within this story in which a boy, who basically believed his life was over, travels to another world where he becomes a hero. Surviving the Improbable Quest is an exhilarating tale full of frightening and wondrous creatures.” Literary Classics Book Reviews
This review is so great I feel inspired! I really hope that any kid in a wheelchair or with a disability will find this book and enjoy it. If you feel so inclined, click over to Literary Classics and thank them for the great review!