Novel “a housework crusher,” says 100th Amazon reviewer

Posted: August 12, 2016 in Into the Americas
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Our historical adventure Into the Americas (A novel based on a true story)  has just secured its 100th review and its 65th five-star review on Amazon.


Into the Americas (A novel based on a true story)

Novel resonates with reviewers.


Reviewer number 100, who headed their review “Housework Crusher,” says: “Yes, I said ‘housework crusher’. Instead of working on things I needed to have done, I wanted to sit and read the book. It has been some time since I have been so involved in a book. This was such an interesting book. At times I wondered what else could happen. Don’t forget to read the author’s note at the end. That was interesting as well.”

The review’s five-star rating gives the novel an average review rating of 4.5 stars, making it one of the more popular historical fiction novels on Amazon.

One of history’s greatest and yet least known true-life wilderness survival stories, Into the Americas  was inspired by the diary entries of young English blacksmith John Jewitt during his time aboard the brigantine The Boston  and also during his sojourn at Nootka Sound, on North America’s western seaboard, from 1802 to 1805. It will appeal to lovers of First Nations and Native American history.

To view all the reviews of this novel go to:

Available via Amazon as a paperback and Kindle ebook.



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