*Amie An African Adventure*by Lucinda E. Clarke

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Aimee An African Adventure is an enjoyable read.

Jonathon was disappointed with his wife’s lack of enthusiasm regarding his promotion. Although, Jonathon could understand Amie’s negative reaction; he still thought, though, that she could have conjured up a bit of excitement about moving to Africa with him. Begrudgingly, Amie accepted the fact that to be with her husband; she’d have to leave England and relocate to a third world country, where women were considered less valuable than men.

One of the many distressing things that the young couple had to learn while in Africa was that deception was not only a common practice but an acceptable one as well. Amie, unwillingly found herself caught in the middle of a political corrupt activity while in Africa. To her horror, she ended up fearing for her life. Freedom, she would discover did not mean the same thing in Africa as it did in England.

The author’s knowledge of Africa is clearly depicted in this novel. I loved reading and learning about the African culture.

5 out of 5 stars~Review by Peg Glover

*Campervan Kama Sutra* by John Perrier

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Campervan Kama Sutra is a true story about the author and his family’s trip through Australia’s outback countryside. The book reads like an extended travel blog, of the events, mishaps and funny incidences that happened along the way. I enjoyed learning about Australia, road-trip style, as well as reading about the family’s wacky adventures.

I found this book well-written and humorous. If you enjoy reading about travel adventures, then Campervan Kama Sutra is the book for you.

I received this book free of charge in exchange for an honest review.

~4 out of 5 stars~Review by Peg Glover