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Sub-Sahara; Fictional Book on Amazon

Updated on March 24, 2017


This book takes it's readers on a magical journey beyond what anyone could comprehend without reading it. A team lead by none other than James Cavill; they were the first to discover an ancient city unearthed by a hurricane. Who would have thought hurricanes could be conceived in the middle of the desert? If that doesn't tell you how full of surprises this book really is then I don't know what will.

I'll try my absolute best not to spoil the book for new readers. However, you must understand exactly how hard it is to keep my lips sealed after having read such a work such as this. It absolutely fascinated me from the beginning to the end.

The team of highly trained militant private soldiers would face many dangers throughout the book, including: booby traps, unethical archeologists, spies and other special forces, some with murder on their minds.

It is a thriller in the first degree from page one to the end. I couldn’t stop turning pages! I just had to know what happens next.
James Cavill is ALMOST an anti-hero. He knows what he wants to do—get to the energy source with as few casualties as possible—but, if he must sacrifice a civilian or two to keep his men safe…well, it’s all in a day’s work. Still, I found myself rooting for him and wanting him to win. As other nations and other special forces arrive at the hidden city—with the same goal as Cavill—all hell breaks loose!

About the Author

Having lived in over 3 countries and had travelled through 63 others, life is was an adventure. Ethan Arkwright had a black belt in tae kwon do too. It was obvious that his brilliant imagination with the conception of the Sub-Sahara story had something to do with the life he was living. He studied English and marketing at university before becoming a senior executive for a Fortune 500 company. As his description on Amazon goes: 'He has gone bungee jumping, has skydived, and walked on fire. He is also an accomplished musician, and when he’s not writing, he’ll be found playing his beloved Les Paul guitar. Sub-Sahara is his first novel.'

You can find everything you need to know about him on his website.

See his book below on Amazon for an amazing read.

It is my personal opinion that this wonderful book be rated five stars. I loved reading it, and it would be an honor to promote Ethan Arkwright's work further, as I hope that this would be enough to show my appreciation for a wonderful experience.

5 stars for Sub-Sahara(book)

Write down what you thought about this book below in the comments section. Thank you for reading my articles, and I hope this really helped in providing you with a unique/adventurous option for the next novel you stay up all night to read.


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