A Distance Too Grand is the first of Regina Scott’s American Wonder Collection series. As one might expect from a piece of historical fiction, Scott draws the readers into the time period and helps them really see how things might have been.
One of the main characters, Meg Pero, is a photographer. As her story unfolds, the reader is drawn into Meg’s world. The author describes Meg’s perspective in such a way as to help the reader really feel as though they are perceiving the world through the lens of a camera.
Each step of this journey contains interesting and hidden discoveries for both the readers and the characters of the story. Emotions run high as people are placed in trying circumstances. It is an interesting adventure as one considers all the challenges faced by early explorers and westward expansion.
This book was sent to Compass Book Ratings for review by Revell
Violence/Gore: A person finds a corpse and it is apparent the person was shot; a person confesses to having killed people.
Sex/Nudity: Non-married characters embrace and kiss.
Mature Subject Matter:
Death of a parent, sexual discrimination.
Alcohol / Drug Use: