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Simba 2. Kilimanjaro

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After completing my trek up to Kilimanjaro for the first time since my Tasmanian incident, I decided that although I loved being in Tanzania, that I needed to look into the future, and to do that I needed to attend University, so I decided to head back to Australia and my home state of South Australia.

Join us as we follow Jacob Simba Blackwood's next adventures, along with his mates Will Hammond and Chris Harding.

Copyright August 2020 Preston Wigglesworth, All Rights are Reserved

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  • Action Packed 5
  • Addictive/Pacing 3
  • Characters 5
  • Cliffhanger 4
  • Smoldering 0
  • Tearjerker 0
  • Unique 5
  • World Building 1

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   2 of 2 members found this review helpful 2 / 2 members

This is the second book in the Kilimanjaro Series.

We follow Jacob ' Simba ' Blackwood and his friends Will Hammond and Chris Harding in there latest adventures.

We follow the guys as they undertake there various University degrees. Jacob is still attached to the Australian Army and does some training with them with quite dramatic results.

After his army training we follow Jacob as he takes a holiday to the UK, which ends with quite a surprise for Jacob and his Uncle.

Upon his return to Australia we follow Jacob, Will and Chris as they set up the Kuishi Project so that they can put there university degrees to use.

As with any Quokka story there are plenty of twists and turns throughout the story and this one is no different with quite a dramatic conclusion.

I look forward to the further adventures of Jacob 'Simba' Blackwood, his friends and family.

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