Hellhound, Take Me Home by Stu Lane (Book Review #726)


Hellhound is a historical fiction about Ken Hazel, an Australian soldier who is captured by the Japanese. He has undergone many hardships, torture and gruesome treating.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Two years later, Ken’s wife, Ann, saves a Japanese prisoner of war out of the kindness of her heart. Ann takes in Hito, and shelters him. This creates an excellent opportunity for Ann to save her husband and for Hito to return home, but the journey then becomes challenging. I particularly enjoyed how the protagonists were both from the opposite sides, yet the love, goal, and direction were the same.

The literature was adventurous, with intense descriptive scenes that emphasized the nature of the story. The relationships and interactions were very interestingly created and interlocked.

Everything about the story was compelling, and the story’s pace was steady enough to keep the reader wanting to know more.

I would recommend this book to anyone who likes action thrillers, war fiction and historical fiction.

Written by Jeyran Main

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