Every story has a beginning and an end. What lies between these two points is the journey. Crossing the Rubicon is the story of seven remarkable teens as they survive the unbelievable. What started out as a simple weekend trip exploring the Chungo caves, became a journey which took them back 275 years in time, had them cross multiple continents, and stretched them to their limits.
Discover how they survived with just the clothes on their backs, some limited technology, and their wits and resolve. In a world without computers, without the basic items we use each day, could you survive? Follow Trinity, Jacob, Keara, Tom, Kim, Andy, and Robert as they step across the Rubicon, never to return. Live with them through their story of adventure, courage, love, and honor. Taking you from the mountains of Canada to New Spain, Europe, and South Africa, Crossing the Rubicon is a powerful story of survival, based on historic fact. They lived life like no others and experienced more in three years, than most people would experience in 10 lifetimes. Come cross the Rubicon and share their journey!
I love time travel stories and Crossing the Rubicon didn't disappoint. The story is told through the eyes of Trinity, the main character. Trinity and a group of her friends find themselves 275 years back in time. They go through some scary stuff as they travel across Canada, down California, to Mexico. They eventually make it Africa. Sarah narrates Trinity beautifully as she does all the characters. I loved the way she read the story. The author includes lots of historical facts, too.