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On the 17th day of advent K.J. recommends to me….

Every day on the run up to Christmas I am going to recommend a book that I truly enjoyed reading.

On the 17th day of Christmas K.J’s advent recommends;


The Threat Below (Brathius History Book 1)  by Jason Latshaw (Twitter @VisualMechanic)

There was so much to enjoy within this book, from the deeply engrossing narrative and enjoyable dialogue, to the plot itself and each unexpected revelation

Buy it here.

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On the 17th day of advent K.J recommends to me
The Threat Below by @VisualMechanic

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Please note: this is something I am doing in recognition of the books I have enjoyed. The authors do not know they have been selected, and have in no way asked to participate. I receive no form of profit from these recommendations.


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Book review: The Threat Below (Brathius History Book 1) by Jason Latshaw

51nWuTkwKkL._SX331_BO1,204,203,200_The Threat below is the first book in the Brathius History series by author Jason Latshaw, and a series I will be following very closely.

I am not normally a reader of works written in the first person as I find most fail to have the same pull as those written in a different perspective, but the synopsis too good to resist, and I found myself almost immediately invested in the characters. I have said it numerous times, in numerous reviews, but one of my favourite things to see in a book is depth of characters and character development. This book is lacking in neither. From the start of this book the main characters are all tempered, for better or worse, by their experiences. There are a number of key main characters, and Continue reading “Book review: The Threat Below (Brathius History Book 1) by Jason Latshaw”