Monday, June 18, 2012
"The Hunger Games" got my daughter and one of her friends interested in archery. Maybe John A. Heatherly's novel "The Cave and the Sea" will do the same for teenagers regarding learning primitive survival skills.
by Leon Pantenburg
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There is too much fiction in the preparedness/wilderness survival area, passed off as fact, and written by people with little or no knowledge of the subject matter. But The Cave and the Sea, a Novel by John A. Heatherly is up-front fiction, a good read, and you might learn something from it.
Set in North America in the 1600s, the story combines Native American survival skills with an adventure tale. To read the review, click on The Cave and the Sea.