Levy has done an excellent job of transporting the reader from the U.S. through Europe, India, Nepal, and Tibet. You experience romance, unrequited love, dreams, fear, and true love within an action packed, page turning romantic novel. The sensitivity and expressiveness Levy displays are exceptional. You can feel the fear and apprehension with the bombs and enemy troops and share the passion and excitement of romance.

Pursuing his fiancée, Danny Benson if off to find her and ride the Magic Bus to Kathmandu, Nepal.

Cleverly intermingled in the story was his father’s experience, years earlier in the same region.

While discovering the people and history of the Middle East, the reader gains a better understanding of the culture and what they have endured—especially in Afghanistan.


While unexpectedly putting his newly earned medical skills to use, Danny encounters a new purpose and burning desire.

I found Overland an intriguing and enjoyable read.

Maralyn D. Hill, President
International Food Wine & Travel Writers Association
Books By Hills Success With Writing Where & What in the World
Member: Society of Professional Journalists

Finalist in the Writing and Publishing category of the 2009 Next Generation Indie Book Awards, “$uccess, Your Path to a Successful Book,”