Danny Orlis And The Hunters

Tuesday, November 26, 2013
Book:  Danny Orlis and the Hunters by Bernard Palmer, Moody Press, 1955

Genre: Adventure
Target Audience: Boys 11-14
Subjects: Salvation, power of prayer
Summary: Danny and his friend Jim are helping Danny's father with some hunters he is taking on a hunting trip into the woods. One hunter looks a little suspicious though. That proves true when he disappears into the wilderness, leaving Danny and Jim to try and find him. In the meantime they discover evidence of some Market Hunting and make a new friend whose father has been taken away by someone.
Notes: Wow! I read these when I was a kid, having discovered them in the Church library, but I didn't remember how awesome they were! Danny takes everything back to Christ. He is continually living his faith, stopping and praying, and witnessing to those around him! By the end of the book, both of his friends get saved! It makes me wonder why the Christian culture doesn't live and talk that way anymore! I highly recommend these books for young boys! The adventure keeps the story moving, although no where near as intense as it does in modern books. It's simply an enjoyable story!
Also, this book is only one of the 94 books in the series. Some are published through Back To The Bible, some by Tyndale and some the publisher is unknown. Wikipedia has a list of all of them: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Danny_Orlis_series
Recommendation Scale: 5
Reviewer: J:-)mi


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