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The Land Uncharted ⚣ The Land Uncharted Books ⚡ Author Keely Brooke Keith – Thomashillier.co.uk Lydia Colburn is a young physician dedicated to serving her village in the Land, an undetectable island in the South Atlantic Ocean When Lt Connor Bradshaw s parachute carries him from the world war t Lydia Colburn is a young physician dedicated to serving her village in the Land, an undetectable island in the South Atlantic Ocean When Lt Connor Bradshaw s parachute carries him from the world war to Lydia s hidden land, his mission could expose her simple society As Connor searches for a way to return to his squadron, his fascination with life in the Land makes him protective of Lydia and her peaceful homeland, and Lydia s attraction to Connor stirs desires she never anticipated But will they be able to keep the Land hidden.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 309 pages
  • The Land Uncharted
  • Keely Brooke Keith
  • English
  • 07 January 2017

About the Author: Keely Brooke Keith

Keely Brooke Keith writes inspirational frontier style fiction with a slight Sci Fi twist, including The Land Uncharted Shelf Unbound Notable Romance and Aboard Providence INSPY Awards LonglistBorn in St Joseph, Missouri, Keely was a tree climbing, baseball loving s kid She grew up in a family who moved often, which fueled her dreams of faraway lands When she isn t writing, Keely enjoys teaching home school lessons and playing bass guitar Keely, her husband, and their daughter live on a hilltop south of Nashville, Tennessee.



10 thoughts on “The Land Uncharted

  1. Iola Iola says:

    Lydia Colburn is twenty two, the unofficial doctor in the village of Good Springs, in The Land She knows her profession means she ll never get married, and she s happy with that after all, the only man in the village who has ever shown her any attention is Frank Roberts, who she finds disturbing There s no reason to suggest her life will be anything different until a stranger arrives from the sky Lieutenant Connor Bradshaw, who has come from a place beyond The Land.Connor is a naval aviator, Lydia Colburn is twenty two, the unofficial doctor in the village of Good Springs, in The Land She knows her profession means she ll never get married, and she s happy with that after all, the only man in the village who has ever shown her any attention is Frank Roberts, who she finds disturbing There s no reason to suggest her life will be anything different until a stranger arrives from the sky Lieutenant Connor Bradshaw, who has come from a place beyond The Land.Connor is a naval aviator, ejected from his aircraft over the South Atlantic Ocean, and now rescued and resident on an uncharted island How will he get back to his unit Perhapsimportantly, does he want to And can he prevent the outside world from finding him and The Land, and taking the precious resources The first part of the novel was setting the scene, introducing Lydia and the inhabitants and customs of Good Springs While it was interesting enough, it did make the beginning rather slow as the plot doesn t really start to take off until Connor arrives We then get to see Connor s confusion as he navigates this strange new land, his developing feelings for Lydia, and conflict with her protective brother and the creepy Frank The history and culture of The Land was developed well, and without any uncomfortable information dumps It s an intriguing concept, an island that has always existed but can t be seen by even the most modern navigation equipment It also adds another layer to the plot what would happen if the outside world knew about this paradise with healing trees, and no poverty Especially given the outside world is at war over the kinds of natural resources The Land has The Land Uncharted is an enjoyable read, and I think the Epilogue suggests it s the first book in a series If so, I ll certainly be looking forward to the next book.Thanks to the author for providing a free ebook for review

  2. Marguerite Gray Marguerite Gray says:

    Oh my what a fascinating read as Keely Brooke Keith takes the reader to a land, The Land, of unique qualities and surprises Cut off from the rest of the world by a bizarre atmospheric condition, the Land and the people have escaped a polluted world at war But Keith weaves in conflict and problems amidst the tranquility I ve read three of the four in this series Excellent work and fuel for the imagination.

  3. Lindsey (Books for Christian Girls) Lindsey (Books for Christian Girls) says:

    Not for teens About this bookLydia Colburn is a young physician dedicated to serving her village in the Land Day and night, she rushes by horseback to treat the ill and injured, establishing a heroic reputation as the village s new doctor Naval Aviator Connor Bradshaw is flying over the South Atlantic Ocean on a mission to secure any remaining sources of fresh water in a 2025 world torn apart by war A malfunction activates his aircraft s ejection system, parachuting his unconscious body Not for teens About this bookLydia Colburn is a young physician dedicated to serving her village in the Land Day and night, she rushes by horseback to treat the ill and injured, establishing a heroic reputation as the village s new doctor Naval Aviator Connor Bradshaw is flying over the South Atlantic Ocean on a mission to secure any remaining sources of fresh water in a 2025 world torn apart by war A malfunction activates his aircraft s ejection system, parachuting his unconscious body to the shore of a hidden land Lydia risks her safety to help the injured outsider despite the shock of his mysterious arrival and the disastrous implications his presence could have for her peaceful society, which has gone undetected for seven generations Connor searches for a way to return to his squadron, but his fascination with life in the Land makes him protective of Lydia and her peaceful homeland And while Lydia s attraction to Connor stirs desires she never anticipated, it also pushes an unwanted admirer to stage a dangerous attempt to win her affection As Connor tries to keep the Land off the radar, he learns the biggest threat to Lydia lurks in her village But when Lydia s greatest passion and darkest fear collide, will she look to the past or the future to find the strength to survive Series Book 1 in theUnchartedseries Spiritual Content H s are capital when talking about God Two mentions of God Going to church and fixing it up with a hammerGod gave them a forest full of medicineLydia s father is a preacher and normally the oldest son would become one too, but Levi doesn t want to be that pops up quite a few times Frank is very hateful about religion Connor picks up a book on the shelf called The Gospel According to John it s said he reads it but the reader doesn t read any of it meaning it s not quotedNegative Content Minor cussing including a form of idiot , a form of idiot , and two wretched Blood bones poking out semi detailed Mentions of burning flesh, wars battle Fighting barely above not detailed Wanting to beat a pervert s face in Wanting to kill someone Having to be an undertaker barely above not detailed Lydia s mother was murdered and how it happened barely above not detailed Almost drowning detailed People drown semi detailed.Sexual Content Frank is a pervert stalks Lydia, sadly and grossly we see his P.O.V Frank is a pervert and has drawn pictures of Lydia bareFrank has violated Lydia without even touching herLydia s father told Frank many times to stay away from Lydia Wanting to kiss A kiss on the head A semi detailed kiss A women is called a Jezebel Connor does not know his father Connor does push ups without a shirt on barely above not detailed The Land makes wanna be married couple and makes them be sure to havequality breedingaka no distant family Connor wishes Lydia had a pair of jeans whether he wishes for her sake or for how she ll look in them, it s not saidbut you should understand silence will only hinder any possibility of intimacyLove, falling in love, the emotions Lydia Colburn, age 22 Connor Bradshaw P.O.V switches between them, Frank, Isabella Justin Set in 2025 306 pages Pre Teens One StarNew Teens One StarEarly High School Teens One Star and a half Older High School Teens Two StarsMy personal Rating Two StarsThis was a unique plot that I could have enjoyed But I didn t I can t over look the fact the main character has a pervert stalking her and that we see inside his head. No teen girl needs to read that No one Only because he died did my rating go to Two Stars Also, I was disappointed that there wasn t really much Spiritual Content since Lydia s father is a preacher Link to review Coming 2 6 15 BFCG may Read the review to see recommend this book by this author It does not mean I recommend all the books by this author I received this e book for free from the Author for this review

  4. Sydney Sydney says:

    In The Land Uncharted, author Keely Brooke Keith captures the attention of her readers with the beginning of a fascinating series and story This story is about discovering friendship and love and protecting those people It s about an uncharted land that is somehow off the grid from the rest of the world and how they survive there Keith has written an emotional and fascinating story with characters that readers will easily come to know and empathies This is a story that will cause readers t In The Land Uncharted, author Keely Brooke Keith captures the attention of her readers with the beginning of a fascinating series and story This story is about discovering friendship and love and protecting those people It s about an uncharted land that is somehow off the grid from the rest of the world and how they survive there Keith has written an emotional and fascinating story with characters that readers will easily come to know and empathies This is a story that will cause readers to think about their own lives and the precious people in them Readers of historical romance and science fiction will enjoy the first adventure in the Uncharted Series.Series UnchartedGenre historical, romance, science fiction, ChristianPublisher Edenbrooke PressPublication date Original publication date October 21, 2014 Republished October 21, 2016Number of pages 309An audible review copy of this book was provided by the author A review was not required and all views and opinions expressed are my own

  5. Redeemed Redeemed says:

    When I first heard about this book, I had no interest in reading it I don t care for sci fi at all However, the whole premise behind the book which promised a mix of genre s soon had me completely intrigued over just how in the world an author would pull this off Quite simply, she does it very well There is a little bit of intrigue, a little bit of romance, a touch of a feeling of time travel, and a lot of historical flavor In fact, whatever type of fiction you enjoy most, you are likel When I first heard about this book, I had no interest in reading it I don t care for sci fi at all However, the whole premise behind the book which promised a mix of genre s soon had me completely intrigued over just how in the world an author would pull this off Quite simply, she does it very well There is a little bit of intrigue, a little bit of romance, a touch of a feeling of time travel, and a lot of historical flavor In fact, whatever type of fiction you enjoy most, you are likely to find it in here, and ones you maybe wouldn t normally care for simply become part of a very masterfully told story The reader is quickly drawn into the life of the main character Lydia and will likely end up smiling when the hero drops into the picture This is followed bytwists and turns that will delight you with the fact that nothing goes exactly like you think it will The ending is satisfying and made me actually sigh with pleasure It also leaves an opening for a sequel, which is wonderful, because I d love to seefrom this author, especially if it is set in The Land In a very few places, the writing or dialogue felt just a bit stilted or forced, but it was momentary, and did not detract from the overall flow of the story While the characters attend church, have good morals, and realistic inner emotional conflicts, the story lacks the spiritual conflicts and depth often found in many Christian fiction books This will appeal to some and might disappoint others However, if you are looking for a very enjoyable, very solid, clean read, this one is definitely a winner A free copy of this book was provided to me in exchange for an honest review But don t let that make you doubt my honesty if I didn t like it, I would ve said so It s worth spending your money on

  6. Laura A. Grace Laura A. Grace says:

    When the author mentioned that The Land Uncharted was an unusual mix of science fiction, historical fiction, and romance she wasn t kidding At first I felt really confused because I didn t know what the Land was Since it was mix of science historical fiction I was unsure if this was a real piece of land in the world or something else However once I just relaxed and enjoyed the story without thinking super hard I found I really liked it as well as the history of the Land Lydia was by far m When the author mentioned that The Land Uncharted was an unusual mix of science fiction, historical fiction, and romance she wasn t kidding At first I felt really confused because I didn t know what the Land was Since it was mix of science historical fiction I was unsure if this was a real piece of land in the world or something else However once I just relaxed and enjoyed the story without thinking super hard I found I really liked it as well as the history of the Land Lydia was by far my favorite character and I think it was because I could easily identify with her putting high expectations on herself I have found that I do the same thing I was really interested in her profession as well as her family dynamics I had such high respect for her passion of doctoring and admired her for it I also liked Connor who as the story progresses becomes a second favorite character I loved the honor he showed in his relationship with Lydia and her family as well as the Land I liked the premise of the Land itself and it s way of life, but I did find that the story was slow in some parts I really got reengaged into the story when the romance wasprominent as well as when things get a little complicated can t say what because I don t want to spoil it Beside what I mentioned up above I found this to be a very unique story I secretly found myself wanting to visit the Land like Connor because I fell in love with everything about it well almost everything I m looking forward to book two to see how things will play out I recommend this novel to anyone who likes a steady growing story with intrigue and romance I received this novel from the author in exchange for an honest review All thoughts expressed are my own and I was not required to write a positive review

  7. Katie W Katie W says:

    Lydia is a young woman at the end of her training to becoming her village s doctor She and her family live in the Land, an unheard of area in the South Atlantic Ocean one that hasn t been discovered by anyone since the founders in the 1860s This society is absolutely incredible They are able to completely support themselves and have a system set up that is very functional, if still technologically behind the times of the rest of the world The world around them is in chaos and in search of r Lydia is a young woman at the end of her training to becoming her village s doctor She and her family live in the Land, an unheard of area in the South Atlantic Ocean one that hasn t been discovered by anyone since the founders in the 1860s This society is absolutely incredible They are able to completely support themselves and have a system set up that is very functional, if still technologically behind the times of the rest of the world The world around them is in chaos and in search of resources, yet this landmass remains undetected until Connor accidentally lands on it As he searches for a way to return home, he discovers that life here in the Land isn t all that bad I loved the simplicity of life in the Land For the most part, people are genuine and real I love that these people are very connected to their past and their families and do what they can to support their society Of course, there are a few bad guys, but that all adds to the story Lydia is a very self reliant and independent woman, yet she realizes some things about herself when Connor shows up I love the support and encouragement he gives her, especially when she was at her low point Connor is a very brave and loyal man He s the type of person who lives in the moment and looks toward the future, instead of living in the past I love the self restraint he showed in many situations, as well as the commitment he develops towards his new home, friends, and family.I thoroughly enjoyed the way it was written and loved how the ending wrapped things up somewhat, but still left the story open forI can t wait to see what s coming next Content no language mild violence fighting , a few deaths that weren t descriptive mild, sweet romance Clean I received a copy in exchange for an honest review

  8. Jasmine Jasmine says:

    Wonderful debut novel I was approached by the author to read and review this book , and, while I ve never really been into futuristic sci fi stories, I decided to give The Land Uncharted a go I really liked it It wasn t like the typical dystopian tale, all dark and or with advanced technology, but is instead a wonderful blend historical and sci fi.The Land Uncharted is a warm and delightful read with a touch of suspense Compassionate Lydia and protective Connor quickly become friends with the Wonderful debut novel I was approached by the author to read and review this book , and, while I ve never really been into futuristic sci fi stories, I decided to give The Land Uncharted a go I really liked it It wasn t like the typical dystopian tale, all dark and or with advanced technology, but is instead a wonderful blend historical and sci fi.The Land Uncharted is a warm and delightful read with a touch of suspense Compassionate Lydia and protective Connor quickly become friends with the reader.As I read the story I had to remind myself a few times that this is actually Keely Brooke Keith s debut novel I loved how the story had both a historical, Little Women Treasure Island, and a modern feel to it, at the same time Keely Brooke Keith has done an excellent job penning a Land filled with detail, from the geography to the style of government to the customs and traditions of the people The mysterious nature of the location of the Land is tantalizing A shipload of people and a man ejected from jet over 150 years later find it but none can plot it on a map or see it by satellite imaging.It seemed to me that the ending left a few tantalizing threads that are perfect lead ins for a second book, which I m hoping will come out soon I definitely want to revisit the Land and its inhabitantsI received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for my honest review All opinions are entirely my own

  9. Miranda A. Uyeh Miranda A. Uyeh says:

    This story started a bit slow for me, but quickly picked up pace, and then wound up being a delightful whirlwind of a read I especially enjoyed following the love story of the hero and heroine Connor and Lydia while being intrigued by the suspense created around the creepy character, Frank Although I already knew the end romantically speaking, it was entertaining to see the romance, and, the rest of the story play out Each character main and secondary was distinctively well crafted to suit th This story started a bit slow for me, but quickly picked up pace, and then wound up being a delightful whirlwind of a read I especially enjoyed following the love story of the hero and heroine Connor and Lydia while being intrigued by the suspense created around the creepy character, Frank Although I already knew the end romantically speaking, it was entertaining to see the romance, and, the rest of the story play out Each character main and secondary was distinctively well crafted to suit the story And although some parts of the plot were predictable, there were those parts that weren t, which altogether added to the excitement of the story.Keith displayed an adept skill with her secondary characters by dropping trickles of hints throughout the story, which she eventually wove into a premise for her next book Despite a satisfying end, this story, obviously, isn t finished yet.There s a simplicity to Keith s writing that eases the reader into an enjoyable read, and at the same time her writing maintains a strong voice It is impressively illustrative, and the entire story is generally well paced I can rightly say Keith has a stellar imagination, as she created a world out of nothing that exists similar, though, in culture to the pioneer times but very much believable Also, Keith has a way with words that provokes humor so that you raise your brow and while you chuckle.Altogether, this was a delightful read I m looking forward to other books by Keith

  10. Sam B Sam B says:

    This was such an interesting book I don t even know where to start.This is a unique story, set on an fictional uncharted land That land has been spared from most technological advancement and know nothing from the outside world All they know is that their founders sailed from the United States to this land So when a stranger lands on the beach using some weird instruments, the Colburns aren t sure what to think of it.This is Keely s debut novel and she surely did a great job at describing th This was such an interesting book I don t even know where to start.This is a unique story, set on an fictional uncharted land That land has been spared from most technological advancement and know nothing from the outside world All they know is that their founders sailed from the United States to this land So when a stranger lands on the beach using some weird instruments, the Colburns aren t sure what to think of it.This is Keely s debut novel and she surely did a great job at describing this uncharted land and it s inhabitant s lifestyle The readers are brought back in time, when everything seemed easier and when everyone lived in peace or almost everyone The hero, Connor, is also under shock when he realizes where he landed, but he soon learns to care for the land and the people living there Lydia is a great heroine too The characters were well developed and easy to connect with Since it s the first book in a series, I can t wait to read the rest of the story I highly recommend this book

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