Land’s End by T. B. Crattie (Book Review #1004)

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Land’s End is a spy thriller story set in 1964, England. It begins with Brock Coole, a Southern boy and Sherbourne, who team up, putting a stop to machination preventing Land’s End.  

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Written in the past tense narrative, the book is filled with paranormal suspense and crime action fiction. The characters, especially Percy, was developed well, and the author kept you intrigued, wanting to know more.

Many inconsistencies were deliberately placed in the book. The space-time continuum was altered. For instance, the Great Train Robbery occurred in 1963 but is mentioned with a different date.

The book is fast-paced and is interesting to read. It keeps your mind engaged, wondering what is to happen next.

I was pleasantly surprised with this book and look forward to reading more from this author.

Written by Jeyran Main

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