STRANDEDTwo new rave reviews of STRANDED are stomping all over the finest newsstands now.

The first, from Big Sky Journal:

“… puts the reader in Riker’s well-worn shoes. Her story … has an authentic and moving voice … meticulous research and matter-of-fact reporting … a compelling read … each chapter deals with the minute details of a day of survival. Flights of fancy are few, and the immediacy of her peril grabs the reader on every page.”
—Erin H. Turner, Big Sky Journal
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The next, from Outside Bozeman:

For fans of … Gary Paulsen, Michael Punke, and Jack London…. a fantastic tale of adventure for young and old readers alike. Mayo tells a brutal coming-of-age story … made me feel as if I was there with Janette, in her sorrow and fear, and I could not stop reading until I reached the end. Mayo brings us into Janette’s amazing tale of survival and her pursuit of hope. Stranded is a fluid and charismatic anecdote, the tale of a hardship that hopefully no one will have to willingly endure.
—Emma Nord, Outside Bozeman
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