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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
We Journey No More is a sci-fi time travel adventure by author Sahara Foley. A teenage couple tear away from society at the opening of this young adult novella near Albuquerque, New Mexico, only to find that fate has handed them a powerful and problematic new destiny. Don and Janet wake from sleep to discover a whole new world around them, one thousand years ahead of the place where they rested their heads. Earth is a wasteland in this super-modern age, ruled by travelling tribal people, with the tribe of Ganu most powerful of them all. There are new friends to be made as Don makes quite an impression on the tribal folk, but there are also new enemies who threaten the couple’s young existence.
Donald Giroux and Janet Bartinski are a typical pair of American kids looking for escape in the early 1990s. Thinking themselves capable and well-informed on the world, they set out with optimism and love on their side, and both these things are sorely tested as they encounter a whole new place and time less than twenty-four hours into their grand adventure. Author Sahara Foley expresses their youthful spirit with snappy dialogue and quick prose that immediately engages the reader and keeps you rocketing through the storyline. I particularly enjoyed the fascinating and somewhat brutal world of the tribal people, and found myself wishing that the novel was a little longer to fully cement the beginning of the fascinating world-building. Overall, We Journey No More was a thrilling little YA read.