Join us in the Alaskan wilderness, and prepare to be amazed!
Five souls, huddled against the aching cold of the Alaskan wilderness. On a hunt for truth amid the shrieks of wild animals, the clouds overhead race swiftly by.
Locked in a remote, frozen wasteland where man has rarely been lie remains of creatures so mysterious, science can scarcely believe the truth.
A team of scientists and researchers (Mike Liston, Buddy Davis, Dan Specht, George Detwiler, and John Whitmore) endured incredible hardships to reach a site many would rather avoid – the Alaskan wilderness – and in the process, uncovered unfossilized dinosaur bones. The implications are enormous, for how can dinosaurs be 65 million years old if their bones are still unfozzilized?
Join the team and thrill at the photographs and tales of danger, as The Great Alaskan Dinosaur Adventure drops a bombshell on the scientific community.
See once again why true science honors the pages of the Bible.
I really enjoyed this book. First, I have to mention the design because it contributes to the reading experience. The cover, the sepia drawings and photos and the ruffle edge pages all are remind the reader of an old voyage log. The story is great. The adventure, the discomforts (the Alaska back country in July is not nice), the sights and sounds are amazing. It is a very exciting book. Despite the hardships the men are very upbeat and bathe the whole trip in prayer. I decided to read Call of the Wild afterwards.