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The Alaska reviews are coming in steadily for Surviving Bear Island. The most recent review is from the Alaska Dispatch, Alaska’s largest newspaper.

Here’s a couple snippets from the review:

Greci has taken a popular if somewhat shopworn theme of juvenile literature — being marooned — and given it new vitality. You needn’t be a kid to stay up late reading this one.“–David James, Alaska Dispatch.

“The challenge for any author taking up this well-worn theme is to create a compelling narrative while avoiding the pitfall of letting his or her story lapse into formula. In his debut novel, “Surviving Bear Island,” Fairbanks writer Paul Greci manages to do just that with a book that is written for young adult readers but that contains enough complexity and character growth to appeal to adults as well.”  –David James, Alaska Dispatch.

You can read the full review by clicking on the title below.

Genre-busting ‘Bear Island’ delivers fresh approach to an old theme

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The people at Barnes and Noble in Mishawaka, Indiana were kind enough to send me this photo. It’s my first official Bookstore sighting of Surviving Bear Island. And, it’s in a bookstore just a few miles from where I grew up. I’ve had a flurry of activity the last couple of days setting up three events: A school visit in Fairbanks on April 29th, a reading in Fairbanks on May 2nd, and a book signing in Indiana on June 27th. Details can be found here.

If you spot Surviving Bear Island in a bookstore or library I’d love to see photos. Or, if you have a copy I’d love to see a photo of you with the book in your hands.

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