Reviews - What do customers think about CRY OF THE GOSHAWK?
An uplifting, adventurous story Jan 6, 2007
Academic instructor Roy W. Bush presents Cry of the Goshawk, a novel for young adults about a young man's coming of age. Set in the old west in the United States territory of Alaska, Cry of the Goshawk follows its pious young lead as he learns to love the beauty and wonder of the wild, a passion he retains even as he tries to adapt to the complicated machinations of society. An uplifting, adventurous story of pride in oneself and the courage to claim one's own destiny, regardless of family, peer or societal pressures.
GREAT STORY, GREAT CHARACTERS Sep 19, 2006
A rip-roarin' yarn about a young man's coming of age during the gold rush. Harkens back to the writing of London and R.L. Stevenson. Makes a great book for kids in need of positive role models.