As life would have it, there is always, always something to do at home. Consequently, I have delayed unnecessarily a book review for a long-time European friend. Some time ago she wanted to write an adventure, and in Barbara Cartland fashion, created a fictional galaxy-land for the tale she really wanted.
Do you remember when reading a book of fiction lifted you from life's heavy concerns and took you away to another place and time? The Long Way Home does that. It contains action, a bit of mystery and some romance.
Because I cannot sit still for very long, I did not read this right away as I had intended, and I am sorry I did not publish this review sooner.
If you are an American, you will be attracted to the British type characters of yesteryear; the kind that held the stiff upper lip in times of stress, and, do not forget the tea. We all love the Brits with this type of description, and this is exactly what Sanne Wijker has developed into her main character. Though the hero of the story lives quite sacrificially, he wants to save a few things: save his country, save his own neck, amd save his girl.
You can access her book here and read the publisher description. The author is an avid reader of a great many old books and has brought into this story some things that make the reader keep reading and wanting to know what happened. The only thing I did not like about reading this is, the sequel is not yet published!
I know some people are not avid readers of other-Galaxy stories, but perhaps they may know others who would enjoy a book like this.
Belated congratulations for this young housewife's first novel!