Faith in Every Footstep by Wesley Banks is the book I'm going to talk about today.
Dog sled races are tough, and the fear of every team is a storm during the race. Kyle wants to win the big 1000 mile race. But then that storm comes, and he is presented with a decision to make. Should he help a girl named Faith, or should he keep trying to finish the race he wants to win.
What I Think
I liked this book. Like I said in the intro I was attracted to it because Kyle is faced with a decision. I like how the author found a way to add a twist of drama into the story. The story isn't just about the dog race. It's about doing the right thing. It's a story about survival. It's a story about adventure. And the action doesn't stop. And of course King is an exceptional dog. And who doesn't love stories where animals are a main character?
If you are looking for a well written, and thoughtful book this is the book for you. I couldn't believe it when I read the author's bio and saw that he was an engineer. I wouldn't have expected a story like this from an engineer. But there I go trying to fit people into a pigeon hole. Must remember not to do that.
There is another great thing. Right now if you go to Amazon, the book is free for Kindle Unlimited readers.
I did receive a free book in exchange for an honest review, but the opinions are all mine.