Sunday, January 26, 2014
Book Review - Travels with Gannon and Wyatt: Great Bear Rainforest
About the Book
Gannon and Wyatt can't wait to trek into the Great Bear Rainforest in search of the mythical spirit bear, but surviving in this unforgiving wilderness proves more challenging than they could have ever imagined. When members of the expedition go missing, the brothers bravely set out on a search-and-rescue mission. Soon they find themselves lost in a forest teeming with grizzlies, wolves and mysterious gunmen. Guided by the wisdom of the First Nation people, Gannon and Wyatt uncover a sinister plot and must risk everything to save those who are missing and restore balance to the Great Bear. In the tradition of the historic journals kept by explorers such as Lewis and Clark, Dr. David Livingstone, and Captain James Cook comes the adventure series Travels with Gannon and Wyatt. From Africa to the South Pacific, these twin brothers have traveled the world. You never know what they will encounter as they venture into the wild, but one thing is certain--wherever Gannon and Wyatt go, adventure is their constant companion.
You can find Gannon and Wyatt's blog, photographs, and video footage from their real-life expeditions at travelswithgannonandwyatt.com.
My Take on the Book
This was a great adventure story that was the first of the Gannon and Wyatt books that I read. The book was a ton of fun and definitely an engaging read. Not only was this a fun read because of the main characters and the overall plot, but also the book shares actual information about the place where the main characters are exploring. The story is real and draws you further and further into the story from beginning to end. Even if you have never been to the rainforest these two twins let you as the reader live vicariously trough their adventures. If this book is as good as the other books in the series I know I am in for a treat!
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