‘Forgetting the Dreamtime’ by G. V. Loewen Reviewed by James A. Cox of Midwest
G. V. Loewen’s novel received an impressive review from James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief of Midwest Book Review, Oregon, WI. These reviews also appear in the Cengage Learning, Gale interactive CD-ROM series "Book Review Index" which is published four times yearly for academic, corporate, and public library systems. James stated: A deftly scripted, unfailing engaging, coming-of-age story, ‘Forgetting the Dreamtime’ showcases novelist Gregory Victor Loewen's genuine flair for originality, narrative storytelling, and developing memorable characters.
A story of sixteen-year-old beautiful, smart but rebellious, trouble causing girl, who is in for some disciplining for breaking the rules set by her parents. But the real trouble begins when she comes face to face with a deep mystery and a profound challenge that needed her to summon all her faith and strength. Trouble so big which is not a threat to just herself but also to the entire mankind.
G.V. Loewen is the Canadian social philosopher and author who has over 20 books to his credit. His publications have been in diverse areas such as art, education ethics, religion, and politics. For a quarter of a century, he has worked as a professor in Canada and the USA.