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Publisher's Summary

"Ours is not the only world!"
A country law officer discovers this in the Ozark Mountains while looking for a teenage girl who was reported to have literally disappeared into thin air while hiking there.
Luke is a shy and reclusive Arkansas constable. Elected as the butt of a joke, he has never done anything to warrant being a law officer. However, when his cousin, Tyler, is implicated in his own girlfriend's disappearance, Luke must become a real lawman. The case would be strange even for a seasoned law officer. Not only did Tyler's girlfriend, Grace, disappear while hiking in the mountains, she literally vanished into thin air as Tyler looked on in disbelief.
Accompanied by a persistent but beautiful reporter, Luke goes up on the mountain to investigate. There he discovers the world is not what mankind believes it is. There is a portal on the mountain to a forgotten, ancient world.
©2016 John Gschwend (P)2017 John Gschwend
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4 out of 5 stars
By Richard S. Swol on 01-10-18

Wormhole To A Savage Land

Yes, the book is precisely what you see above, someone goes through a wormhole to a savage alternate dimension.

But, as luck and writers would have it, the main protagonist has always been fascinated by living as if he were in the stone age. Hunting with a home made bow and making his own stone arrowheads, etc. Funny how that worked out.

We get a lot of "This is my version of paradise - I was born for this!" quickly followed by "I need to escape this world and get back to my own.".
A LOT.
We get it. He is conflicted.

That aside, he storyline is pretty good and gets better the farther you read.

You do get a kitchen sink sort of a feeling as everything is thrown in for, at least, your consideration.
Savage land with prehistoric beasts - check.
Court intrigue - Check.
Love story - check.
Time travel - check.
Nazi's - check.(complete with Nazi super-weapon)
Biblical beings - check (not supernatural mind you).
Ancient advanced technology - check.
Aliens - name checked at least.

Yes, it sounds like I am trashing the book.
But I am not.
I liked it and have already pre-ordered the sequel.
This turned out to be a lot of fun.
I recommend this book if you enjoy Edgar Rice Burroughs style adventures.

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5 out of 5 stars
By auto on 05-25-17

cant wait for the sequel

Loved the premise, could not put it down...very well narrated as well, loved the character's

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