The well researched history was enough to capture my attention and keep me turning the pages, but the romance, love, faith, forgiveness, and mystery is what put The Land Beneath Us over the top for me.
The story that was focused on the tragedies that happened in both Clay and Leah's lives and at times I wondered how they could possibly overcome them. In all their circumstances, God was there through it all. It's not many instances that I pick two favorite characters, but both Clay and Leah spoke to my heart.
For history buffs: You'll find yourself on the shores of Normandy and the surrounding country side with descriptions that make you feel your right in the action. There were a few things that I did not know that were quite interesting. It's a tough and sad battle, one that we should never forget.
A great great read!
This book was sent to me by Revell. This is my honest opinion.
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