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Across the Endless River Across the Endless River

by Thad Carhart

Book Reviews

"Across the Endless River is filled with vivid descriptions of city streets, palaces and country estates, while the plot moves at a reflective, inner level."
--Historical Novels

Online Reviews

"On the Read-o-Meter, which ranges from 1 to 5, with 5 being the best Across The Endless River scores an unquestionable 5.  For this is a book shot through with a myriad of scintillating points of luminescence.  It's a wonderment." 
--Alvahs Books 

"Across the Endless River is a treasure trove of a portrayal of the times, both in North America and Europe." 
--Book Loons 

"I would highly recommend this book for anyone interested in historical fiction!" 
--Bless Their Hearts Mom 

"I felt like I traveled back in time and watched this novel come to life. This is a touching story of a man who has the world at his fingertips. He is forced to make important decisions that will alter his life forever." 

"Across The Endless River is one of the best written and most interesting books I have read this year." 
--Musings of a Minister

"If textbooks could be written like Across The Endless River, every student would want to study history!" 
--Libby’s Library
"As someone who loves history, and particularly the details of life in other times and places, I thoroughly loved Across The Endless River. Although, I really don't think you need to be a history buff to enjoy this novel as Carhart's love of, and romance with, the time, the people and the history are so vital -- it is so visually and beautifully written." 
--Blog Critics