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A Mapmaker's Dream

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Professor Will Stokes wonders if he is losing his mind when he gives up everything he’s worked for his entire adult life to search for a silver chalice that was drawn onto a map by a great grandfather during a fever-dream in the 1790s. A series of visions leads Will to the secret location where the map was hidden decades earlier. With both his ancestor’s map and his intern ...more
Paperback, 362 pages
Published April 16th 2020
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Feb 02, 2021 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A journey of a lifetime
One of the many reasons I liked that book is because I love trekking, hiking, and any and all mountains. The way William Graney describes the scenic beauty of the Rockies is breathtaking.
Moving away from the depiction of nature in the book and more to the story. It is not something I've thought would interest me as much as it did. The book does start a bit sluggish but it picks up quite quickly and you'll find yourself on the last page in no time.
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