Lost Between Worlds
Through The Portal Book One
by Eric Garner Johnson
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Pub Date 23 Jun 2021 | Archive Date 29 Oct 2022
It seemed like a simple missing persons case. A boy wandered away from his campsite and vanished. Simple. But, after a year of searching, Mike Slay is no closer to finding the boy. Until he accidentally steps through a portal to another Earth, a primeval place where mankind never evolved.
As things get progressively more dangerous for Mike and his friends, their chances of returning home keep going down. Unlikely new friends may help, but ultimately, a desperate race against time, and a fight against horrendous odds will decide the fate of those who remain.
5.0 out of 5 stars You will not be able to put down!
Reviewed in the United States on July 5, 2022
Loved reading the book from start to finish. The beginning of the book does a great job pulling you forward to read more and more. It was so well-written and I was connecting with the characters differently than a lot of other books I've read. You will be sure to love this book. Can't wait for the next one to come out!
Average rating from 4 members
I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review. I chose this book because I love books with portal stories. The author kept me entertained throughout the book . There was only one downside for me. I wish the author could have used some other way for the Wolfman to be more human . I understand why he did. Without spoilers. Overall a good book
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