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  • Excellent - Can't wait for book 3

    Lords of the Nile by Jonathan Spencer William John Hazzard #2 Riveting read from beginning to end! I could not put this book down as I was drawn in more and more with each page I read. One might consider being in the Navy romantic but the men who fought in real battles often ended up maimed or dead. The life was not easy, and these stories bring that life alive. In this second book of the series not much time is spent on ships. Instead, we pick up at the end of book one when Hazzard and Sarah see one another again after a few years apart. What transpires next is heartfelt, intense, gritty, and filled with action. It was a terrific story! What I liked: * John Hazzard: intelligent, courageous, tenacious, strong in body and mind, a good leader, has a strong moral compass, a warrior, and a good man. I like him, feel sorry for him, and hope that he will survive the series with something at the end to look forward to when he retires. * The men that follow Hazzard: dedicated to him and to the life of being a sailor/warrior – great teammates. * The close alignment with history – and that it made me more knowledgeable than I was before I read the book. * That I felt I was there in the midst of the story * That I cared about the outcome * Revisiting places I have been before and seeing them in a differently due to time and events in the story. * The intensity, plot, pacing, character development, and writing * Thinking about how much Hazzard and Sarah must have grown and changed over the time they were apart. * That the author did not shy away from the dark and gritty brutal aspects of war * Thinking about the mentality required to go to war and/or to be a spy * All of it really except… What I didn’t like: * Derrien and his thugs/followers: evil men doing evil things because they were “called” to do so for their nation – or more likely – because they enjoyed inflicting pain and the power they derived from their positions * The loss of life due to war – good people die – and so often the reasons for war do not benefit the common man…or even the men doing the fighting Did I like this book? Yes Would I read more in this series? Definitely Thank you to NetGalley and Canelo for the ARC – This is my honest review. 5 Stars

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  • Lords of the Nile

    Wonderfully written. Descriptive action. You feel “in the battle”, feel the heat of the sun, the parched men of the desert. More, please, from this author.

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