Cape Nome by Neil Perry Gordon (Book Review #1051)


Cape Nome is the second book in the Alaskan adventures of Percy Hope. It’s 1898, and the city is filled with murder, kidnapping, conspiracies and many betrayals. Percy’s mission is to uncover the truth, but many things are in his way.

The historical fiction is written intriguingly. The second book continues the story of Percy Hope and is filled with action and adventure. The literature is descriptive, and the narrative keeps changing.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

The other interesting fact about the story was its historical references. I appreciated the fact that he had researched the timeframe and was accurate in his retelling. The book is long and not suitable for those who like to finish a book fast.

With every scene happening one after another, there is much room for keeping the reader hooked to the storyline. I was pleasantly surprised and looked forward to reading more from this author.

I recommend this book to anyone who likes to read historical action-adventure stories.

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