Dylan's Journey: Book One of the Evans Family Saga

Dylan's Journey: Book One of the Evans Family Saga

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Dylan knew that the boiler was about to blow apart and that if he didn’t act fast, he and the others in the pump room at the #3 mine would all die. The engine operator was panicking but had fallen in his haste to escape a scalding death, so Dylan lifted his heavy shovel as high as his twelve-year-old arms could manage and swung it in a fast arc to the thundering machine. It may kill him, but he had to try.
Even as the shovel’s steel head slammed into the machine, it would set in motion a series of events that would shape his entire life.

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    Dylan's Journey: Book One of the Evans Family Saga Reviews

  • Elizabeth West

    Evans Family SagaDylan's Journey by C. J. Petit is book one. I sat up all night to read this book because I had to see what happens next! I didn't want to put it down. It's packed full of adventure. T...

  • Jim Thorne

    A Saga beginsIf you're a frequent CJP reader this latest offering is what you are accustomed. The H and h, the bad guys, events, action and resolution are all as expected. This is a good thing because...

  • Linda

    Awesome readWhat an amazing story this was. This book has great characters and superb action. If a sequel is going to be written please make it soon as I can't wait. Would highly recommend this book t...

  • Sharon Ellison

    The story was interesting BUT I couldn’t enjoy it because there were sooo many errors that a proofreader should have caught. I think I highlighted 63 of them and that wasn’t even all of them. Will...

  • mills

    God's teethCan't believe I waded all the way to the end of this. Must have been out of a sense of curiosity as to what drivel he was going to spout next. Never again....

  • kirsten

    From Carbondale, PA to the Nebraska territory this journey is ride not to be missed.Mr. Petit hits the bullseye with this start to the Evan's saga. His prose is neat, precise and sets the scene for ch...

  • virgil a. mustain

    Ok, not greatConsidering the numerous books he has written to date I would expect editing to be top notch. Not so, more like an early effort by an author. While the characters were likeable, the prota...

  • luayne

    3 starsThis book was a drag at the beginning. It finally became more interesting after Dylan arrived in St. Louis. The Indian fighting was exciting and Gwen added much to the interest level. I liked R...

  • Julie

    Book 1Men like Dylan, strong, ethical, high morals, protective of their women and families and know the difference between right and were are the men this world needs more of!! Great story!!...

  • Connie M Penelle

    This the first series C.J. Petit has written and it's fantastic. All of the books work with the others in the series and as usual the detailed information on how the bullets enter the body of the bad ...