Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Countdown to Beyond the Reflection's Edge Day 20

Only 8 days until Beyond the Reflection's Edge is released.

Trivia:
This is a photo of the bridge crossing the Mississippi River on Interstate 80 between Iowa and Illinois. At one point in the story, a very dangerous traffic mishap occurs at this location. I won't tell you what happens, but I do want to point out the very low barrier to the right. It's barely knee high.

News: I added a school in the Dallas area to my schedule, Life School in Red Oak, May 12.

Reviews:

This was quite an adventure that Nathan and Kelly and others had! High speed car chases, motorcycle chases, dimensional shifting, leaping from one building to another! Bryan Davis has a wonderful storyline involving relationships, morality questions, trust, and doubt. The book moves along quickly and you wonder where the time has gone. I very much enjoyed Beyond the Reflection's Edge, as I have all his others, and would recommend it to either teens or adults. ~ Daniel Struck, Age 38

Christianbook.com is taking pre-publication orders. Here is a link.





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4 comments:

Elliot Reed said...

Hmmm... Now, I've traveled along a lot of bridges, but I do think that my family has driven over that bridge, although I don't think I would remember a bridge like that.. I'll have to go ask...

~Elliot

Eight Days!

Elliot Reed said...

Hey! I went up to my Mom asking, "I know this is gonna sound pretty random, but have we ever driven down I-80 on a bridge between Iowa and Illinois?

Her immediate responce, "Oh yes, plenty of times!"

It's fun when you figure out that you've been to a place thats actually in a book!

~Elliot

Araken said...

Wow, elliot and I are like the only ones around here...

Elliot- not fair! You got to go to a place in a book!

Ian said...

I'd comment more, but I kind of am not sure what to say - the posts lately are all so similar, so I wore out my comments on the first few, and I haven't really been in the U.S. a lot, let alone those locatoins.

Huh. oh well.

:)Ian(: