Sea Change (Robert Goddard)

It may have been February since I last posted a book review but I’ve still been reading books. Life has kept me busy in some great ways this year so my rambling postings have reduced accordingly. Anyway, It’s Sunday morning, the rest of the family are at Church, so I’m going to get through some of the backlog. Albeit with some very short reviews.

This is a story of an 18th century dash across Europe all started by some documents someone is trying to hide. The documents incriminate most of the gentry and politicians in a type of stocks and shares scam. I really enjoyed it – enough to remember some of the the parts very clearly 3 months later. It didn’t hurt my European Geographic knowledge either – albeit in a way that’s 200 years out of date. I’d read more from this author, Rootie Rating 3 out of 5