Storm Over Khartoum

Rated 2.00/5 based on 2 reviews
1884: Deep in the Sudan, the British are in a frantic bid to save Gordon of Khartoum, from the Mahdi’s fanatic army. Teenage brothers Edgar and Rupert Clinton, twins divided by a woman’s greed, unravel a past crime that threatens their futures. Separated by events, they are thrown into desperate adventures as the conflict rages. Both find Muslim allies willing to risk all to see them through. More

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About Roger Kean

Roger Michael Kean spent his childhood in Nigeria, West Africa then survived (just) a British boarding school. He studied fine art and film technique (he edited TV sports films for a decade) before accidentally dropping into magazine and, eventually, book publishing. After the African experience, he has travelled widely for exploration as well as relaxation. In the mid-1980s, he was co-founder of a magazine publishing company which launched some of Britain’s most successful computer games periodicals, including CRASH and ZZAP!64. Since then he has edited books on subjects ranging from computer games, popular music, sports and history, including "The Complete Chronicle of the Emperors of Rome", with links to the original illustrations at the Recklessbooks.co.uk website. In addition to the titles shown here, Kean has also written, under the name of Zack, his artist-partner, the paperback "Boys of Vice City" and "Boys of Disco City", available in paperback and Kindle from Amazon. The third in the series, "Boys of Two Cities" is out in November 2012.

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Review by: avis h on March 30, 2013 :
Roger Kean has already told this story, Storm Over Khartoum in his other book, A Life Apart. The characters names have been changed and the story a bit shorter but they are the same. What's up with that? I thought A Storm Over Khartoum was a sequel of A Life Apart so I bought both books only to find I've just read the story. That said, based on what I've read in A Life Apart, it's a great story and one I'd reccommend.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: avis h on March 30, 2013 :
I have not read this book 'cause I started and found that I just read the same story in A life Apart. Except for the characters' name changing and the story a bit shorter, It's the same story. Not sure what to think of this 'anomaly'. A Life Apart is a pretty good story and would recommend it.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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