The Untied Kingdom - Kate Johnson Reviews
Description:ISBN 1906931682 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Kate Johnson / Paperback / 384 Pages / Book is published 2011-04-01 by Choc Lit
Newest Review: ... knows never happened, and she ends up captive of a small group of soldiers, led by the annoying and rude Major Harker, taken ... more
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by - written on 20/08/13 (Very useful, 26 readings)
The UnTied Kingdom by Kate Johnson is a book I came across while browsing through books published by ChocLit, of which I've recently read and enjoyed a few. They tend to be quite low priced on Kindle, and at under £2 I thought that The UnTied Kingdom sounded interesting enough to be worth a go. Eve Carpenter, formerly famous, is having a bad day; she falls into the Thames while paragliding, part of a stunt for a new TV show, yet when she comes to after being pulled from the river, nothing seems right. She's in London, but now England is a third world country fighting a civil war. The history that Eve knows never happened, and she ends up captive of a small ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/08/11, updated on 19/02/12 (Very useful, 31 readings)
Eve Carpenter is having a very bad day, and it is about to get worse. She comes round from a paragliding accident but everything is rather strange. Although she's still in London, this is a city and a world she hardly recognises. There is just enough that is familiar to be totally confusing. In this world, England is a backward country with a population kept too busy fighting in a civil war to do much else. She is taken captive by a small group of soldiers who take her marching across the country with them. The leader, Major Harker, is obnoxious and scruffy, and is convinced Eve is a spy, or perhaps she is just mad. While they apparently speak the same language, they ... Read the complete review
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