Review: Remember the Raisin by Michael Aye – Historic Naval Fiction

In his new book Remember the Raisin, the first of a new trilogy about the War of 1812, Michael Aye explores the fighting in the North West. The book is mainly land based however it includes a good description of Commodore Perry\’s defeat of the British on the Great Lakes.

Aye developed an interesting principal character, Jonah Lee, who as the \’President\’s man\’ is tasked with ensuring the army under General William Harrison takes the fight to the British. He is present at all the major actions of the campaign. As a naval literature fan I have read a few books about the Great Lakes campaign, however Remember the Raisin puts it within the wider conflict which made it an interesting and informative read.

The book appeared to be well researched and the plot flowed well as it linked the various battles together. As you would expect from the author of a naval fiction series the Lakes action was well written and I look forward to reading more of the wider conflict from the perspective of Jonah Lee. Recommended.

via Review: Remember the Raisin by Michael Aye – Historic Naval Fiction.

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