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Reviewed by Kathryn Bennett for Readers' Favorite
The 13th Cohort by K.E. Pottie takes us into troubled times when we are introduced to a group who wish to see the rise of the 4th Reich. Men and women have found the magical spear of destiny and wish to use its rumored properties to create a new Hitler. Jack and Emily must fight to stop the group and save the world from the destruction that would happen with the rise of the 4th Reich. Meanwhile, back in 1944, Henri, Sonny and Captain Robertson are trying to keep the Nazis from getting away with the spear.
I must admit that I did not read the first two books in this series before I read the 13th Cohort, and that said, I plan to go back and read them now. The way that K.E Pottie is able to transition back and forth between modern times and the era of 1944 while keeping the story interesting and not overly muddled is very impressive. The cast of characters we are introduced to are compelling and the heroes to me are truly heroic. The writing is interesting and evokes a deep sense of emotion for not only the mystical properties of an item like the Spear of Destiny, but simply because of the source material; the Nazis in any form are not an easy topic to write about, but K.E Pottie uses a deft hand in weaving the tale of adventure here. I love a good adventure and the 13th Cohort delivered. I would highly recommend this book for a good read.