Conflict Crossover Series While working on a dude ranch in present day Montana Joe Kuruk saves a young girl from a club wielding warrior His confusion is intensified when he realizes that the girl Alta has crossed over from

  • Title: Conflict (Crossover Series)
  • Author: Walt Socha
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 187
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • While working on a dude ranch in present day Montana, Joe Kuruk saves a young girl from a club wielding warrior His confusion is intensified when he realizes that the girl, Alta, has crossed over from another time and place And the only way to reunite her with her family is to cross back with her Accompanied by a few friends, Joe crosses into Alta s world only to find hWhile working on a dude ranch in present day Montana, Joe Kuruk saves a young girl from a club wielding warrior His confusion is intensified when he realizes that the girl, Alta, has crossed over from another time and place And the only way to reunite her with her family is to cross back with her Accompanied by a few friends, Joe crosses into Alta s world only to find her home destroyed by a savage war chief Then the gate closes behind them Stranded in the Eleventh Century, on the present day Susquehanna River, Joe and his band fight to create a safe home for the refugee they ve gathered And to prepare for future European contact.

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    180 thoughts on “Conflict (Crossover Series)”

    1. I thought the book was okay. Some parts were confusing, and others were annoying - how many times were they going to do the same silly things? I thought they used their supplies to easily for having such a limited amount, should have saved them for more dire circumstances. All in all, this book was alright but it's not one I'd recommend.


    2. Conflict by Walt SochaAlternate reality or time traveling, neither the protagonists or I are sure what happen. A group of young adults end up leaving a dude ranch and ending up nearly 1000 years in the past. The group discovers that the past much as the future is fraught with danger and potential. Joe has a good heart and is suffering from nightmares when he suddenly finds himself as a leader of a band of mismatched adventurers. Thrust into Pennsylvania Indian history, the group finds themselves [...]


    3. I was back and forth on this one. Kind of went through ebbs of liking and being annoyed by this. Took 100 pages to get into for me. The characters though . . . repeatedly let their guard down. That got irritating. You understand once, but twice in a stressed situation? Come on. Also, the language thing. I understand why it was done but it was crude in its execution.


    4. Time-travel, maybe; romance, perhaps; historical, certainly; Walt Socha’s Conflict combines present and past in a very cool tale of modern characters who help people relive America’s history through the ancient arts. When this busy crowd are thrust into reliving history for real, those arts, convincingly portrayed, combine with some seriously clever improvisation to rescue a group of children from tribal warfare and worse. But the enemy might want its victims back.The author’s research is [...]


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