“Months later, Petah flies back to the “island of the Soul in Limbo” to return his cherished boat to her home in America. Hoping the return trip is calmer and uneventful, he not only sees the same birds, but hears strange sounds in the Bermuda Triangle, finds respite in the doldrums and watches dolphins escorting him. But when his autopilot breaks, a mainsail tears, and thunderstorms rage around him, he finds solace in remembering his father’s words, thanks God and his vessel for passage and hears the Voice that guides him to his haven.
With writings and sayings confusing like a turbulent sea at times, the author expresses his angst, acceptance and awe as he searches for the way out of his own darkness when the God of the universe talks to him in a profound way.”
— from a review of “Path of Three Hundred” today by Conny Crisalli on her blog here: http://connywithay.wordpress.com/2013/01/08/path-of-three-hundred/
A few hours later, I received an email from another reviewer with a completely different perspective…
“I Believe: “I believe in life, I believe in now, I believe in the future.” I believe that this is one of the most interesting, thought provoking and life changing books that I have had the honor of reviewing in a long time. With the illustrations of Katherine Gerardi the story comes to life in a special and unique way.
Let’s give this book: FIVE MORE GOLDEN SAILS FOR THE SHE ON THE INDIGO SEA”
— from a review of “Path of Three Hundred” today by Fran Lewis on her blog here:
The day is almost at an end and Lucky is looking at me…I think he is saying, “Take me for a walk, Dude.” 🙂
- The Path of Three Hundred: My review (cerealauthors.wordpress.com)