The Land Uncharted

  • by Keely Brooke Keith
  • Narrated by Kate Fisher
  • 7 hrs and 58 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Lydia Colburn is a young physician dedicated to serving her village in the Land. When injured fighter pilot Connor Bradshaw's parachute carries him from the war engulfing the 2025 world to her hidden land, his presence threatens her plans, her family, and the survival of her preindustrial 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.
Written like a historical, set like a sci-fi, and filled with romance, The Land Uncharted weaves adventure and love in this suspenseful story of a hidden land.

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The land Uncharted

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There is a spiritual theme of good against evil throughout the story It describe different people deal differently with evil. There is the question--is God in control and if so, does He punish man’s rebellion? The reader/ listeners has to make up their own conclusion.

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- med c

Compelling story of a land forgotten

Would you consider the audio edition of The Land Uncharted to be better than the print version?

I haven't read the print version, but I was drawn to this book about a month ago when I saw the synopsis and knew it was something I wanted to pick up quickly. When the author offered the audio version in exchange for an honest review, I was hooked into an immediate desire to follow my instincts on this being a great read.


What other book might you compare The Land Uncharted to and why?

It had an historical feel, like "Little Women" and a touch of Narnia in a land either lost or forever forgotten.


Which scene was your favorite?

I loved the scene where Lydia tried to save the boys from being washed out to sea. It proved beyond any doubt that she was someone who would always put the needs of others above herself...what better attribute for a doctor?


Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

It made me extremely introspective about the discourse in our lands today.


Any additional comments?

Keeley Brooke Keith has woven a delightful tale of a land inhabited 7 generations ago by people trying to escape from the war and unrest of their previous lives. Lydia Colburn started studying to be a nurse when she was only 16. Her father, John, one of the village's elders watches over her with a strong sense of right and wrong as she struggles to understand what draws her to the naval aviator who blew onto the island with a magical piece of cloth, that carried him to their shores. Like every good book, there are some evil people who have their own ideas about Lydia's destiny. Between her brother, Levi, and her sister's interactions with the handsome stranger, Lydia is even more determined than ever to fulfill her dream of becoming a doctor with or without the handsome stranger. Connor Bradshaw has his hands full as he struggles to learn the customs of "The Land" and gain favor with the beautiful young healer who rescues him from the ocean's wrath. I loved the audio version and highly recommend this soul-searching story to those who love historical fiction and romance and Christian science fiction.

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- Peggy M.

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-27-2015
  • Publisher: Keely Brooke Keith