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My Review of Across the Great Sparkling Water ,Book 2 The Great Peacemaker Series by Zoe Saadia

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After reading the first book in this series I knew I needed to continue reading!  This captivating novel opens with the revelation that the duo of pivotal characters has survived the risky journey as they crossed part of the Great lakes via canoe.  This arduous task pales in comparison with the challenges that lie before them!  The two men must find a way to approach civilizations of people who have learned to view any stranger as a threat.  In a time and culture where visitors were often put to death, how can these men hope to spread a message of peace?  Despite huge obstacles and a few near misses the adventurers are able to find a few unique advocates who are suited to receive the message they carry.  Even as their reach expands, the ultimate test is their ability to survive direct contact with an actual civilization.  Two Rivers is determined to carry out the destiny he has seen repeated in his dreams.  He feels himself pulled to Little Falls, Tekeni’s home village.  This awkward homecoming has the potential to open peace talks if Two Rivers can survive the integration process!  This book is a must read.  The author has succeeded in interweaving a diverse culture with historical accuracy with a plot that will leave you ready for the next book!

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2 comments on “My Review of Across the Great Sparkling Water ,Book 2 The Great Peacemaker Series by Zoe Saadia

  1. Reblogged this on Forget the Viagra, Pass Me a Carrot and commented:
    I always read book reviews because sometimes you can connect to your own writing and get a feel of how it might be perceived. This book that Sara Gauldin reviewed reminded me that there is nothing new in history – A small group of people trying to reach out and create a peaceful co-existence for all. Paddling that canoe in a harsh and unforgiving environment sums it up.

  2. Sara B. Gauldin
    December 30, 2013

    It was an awesome book!

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