Sunday, May 29, 2016
Surviving the Improbable Quest, by Anderson Atlas, earns the Literary Classics Seal of Approval
Thirteen year old Allan was an incredibly talented swimmer. Unfortunately though, he was far less ambitious as a student. His mom and dad had pretty lofty expectations for him. But none of that matters any more because a tragic accident has taken the lives of Allan’s parents, along with the use of his legs. Now he’s a paraplegic. With his parents gone, and his dreams of being an Olympian shattered, severe depression renders him speechless.
While on a fishing trip with his uncle, Allan experiences a fantastic adventure. He is transported to another world where he must learn to work within, and beyond, his limitations. In rescuing the residents of this other world from the forces of evil he soon realizes just how capable he truly is.
Author Anderson Atlas offers an inspirational message of hope, reminding readers that our greatest limitations are the ones which we cling to in our mind. Positively uplifting moments abound within this story in which a boy, who basically believed his life was over, travels to another world where he becomes a hero. Surviving the Improbable Quest is an exhilarating tale full of frightening and wondrous creatures.
LITERARY CLASSICS Book Awards & Reviews International Book Awards • Top Honors Youth Book Awards • Seal of Approval http://www.clcawards.org