Review: The Mine (Northwest Passage #1) by John A. Heldt

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In May 2000, Joel Smith is a cocky, adventurous young man who sees the world as his playground. But when the college senior, days from graduation, enters an abandoned Montana mine, he discovers the price of reckless curiosity. He emerges in May 1941 with a cell phone he can’t use, money he can’t spend, and little but his wits to guide his way. Stuck in the age of swing dancing and a peacetime draft, Joel begins a new life as the nation drifts toward war. With the help of his 21-year-old trailblazing grandmother and her friends, he finds his place in a world he knew only from movies and books. But when an opportunity comes to return to the present, Joel must decide whether to leave his new love in the past or choose a course that will alter their lives forever. THE MINE is a love story that follows a humbled man through a critical time in history as he adjusts to new surroundings and wrestles with the knowledge of things to come.

PUBLISHER: Self-published

PAGES: 286

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This novel was given to me by the author and that in no way affects my overall opinion of this book.

Joel is a regular guy living in the 2000s. He’s just days away from graduating college, has a beautiful girlfriend, and enjoys spending time with a best friend who puts up with all of his adventurous quirks. Everything changes when he takes a spontaneous detour into an abandoned mine, he finds himself suddenly transported to May 31, 1941. Continue reading

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