Friday, September 25, 2015
Passage at Delphi (Apollo Series) Book 1 by A.K. Patch Review
The lives of history and ancient language professors, Lauren and Zack Fletcher, have been upended in ways neither could imagine in this epic adventure tale that takes readers from sunny San Diego to the stunning vistas of ancient and modern day Greece. The Fletchers’ carry on their academic lives with relative ease but they are splintered by their contention over career goals and starting a family. Now, unbeknownst to them, they’ve been drafted to take part in events that will span millennia and decide the course of mankind’s future. Lauren and Zack have been propelled into an ancient Greek war, forcing them to confront a past that is both familiar and terrifying. To return home, they must overcome warfare on a massive scale, set aside their recent marital discord, and find within themselves the wisdom to navigate treacherous routes of survival. Dreams will be dashed and others realized as Lauren and Zack negotiate a dangerous dance of cultural wonder, calculated risk, and unintended consequences.
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About the Author
A.K. Patch is a former U.S. Navy captain with a longtime fascination of ancient cultures and their connections to the modern world. He lives in San Diego, California.
Cassandra's Review- I enjoyed spending time with this book because of the way the story flows. The pace is great which works well being it is quite thick. The author adds the perfect amount of action to keep you interested but not on edge. I would read book 2 in the future.
I received a complimentary copy.