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Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2007
"I'm beginning to think the island wants to keep us here."
It was supposed to be an adventure. A little time off to honor the memory of a friend and complete a service project in the tropics. Do good deeds while getting a tan.
But when a storm rocks their plans, five long-time friends from college find themselves hurled onto a desolate island, and relief fades to fear. Here nature rules with a vengenance. The lone shelter from raw conditions is a sinister cave. Are they victims of a bizarre psychological experiment? Or could this godforsaken place have the power to maroon them forever?
Over 60Hamilton, Ontario (Canada)Age: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Compelling, hard to put down.August 2, 2013Over 60Hamilton, Ontario (Canada)Age: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Angela Hunt has a unique way of storytelling the gospel. Lots of low key suspense leaves the reader trying to guess the ending, but we never can. Great, great read.
alwaysreadingAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5September 30, 2012alwaysreadingAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Uncharted is a book is about a group of long time friend from collage who take a trip to honor a recently lost friend. In the process they are stranded on a deserted island where they struggle with bizarre encounters, a creepy cave and each other.
Angela Hunt's characters all represent the best and the worst of mankind. They will make you question your relationship with God and your own motives on why you do the things you do.
I think that this is best book Angela Hunt has ever written. This is what christian fiction should be. This book while not a conventional book, will do one of two things. You will either love it or hate.
Gloria4 Stars Out Of 5May 6, 2010GloriaI thought this was a good read although it was quite a shock to realize the "occupation" of one of the characters. I couldn't help but look to the last page about 2/3 way through. I know I ruined the story to an extent but I think I enjoyed the read better knowing what the outcome was. My duaghter read it also - both of us think that it has left an lasting impression...make you think!
Barb Harrington5 Stars Out Of 5April 3, 2010Barb HarringtonI bought this book for my daughter for her birthday. I began thumbing through the first couple chapters to review it, and became intrigued with the characters. One chapter led to two, led to 10...then could not put it down tilthe end! And I NEVER read novels!...ever! This was such a treat for my heart and challenge to my soul! I feel for friends and neighbors differently now...with a sense of eternal urgency!
Elizabeth Taylor5 Stars Out Of 5February 2, 2010Elizabeth TaylorThis book starts out a little slowly and it is difficult to get all of the characters straight at first, but the message in this book makes it so worth reading. It is a book that made me think for a long time after I had finished reading it. I also appreciated the questions at the end of the book because we used it for our womens' book club. Excellent book. Great message. A little harsh, at times, but I highly recommend it.