Book review – Sherdan’s Country

Title: Sherdan’s Country
Author: Jess Mountifield
Genre: Science Fiction

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Sherdan’s Country is the third book in Jess Mountifield’s trilogy around Sherdan Harper, a scientist with big ideas who follows a prophecy. In this last book Sherdan and Anya face the problem to regain control of his country, but also their personal lives still need some problem solving. Will they succeed in all this? I know, because I read the book. If you want to know, get your copy and find out.

I absolutely liked all three books. Mrs. Mountifield wrote a fascinating world with interesting characters and strong personalities, and I’m waiting for what she has in store for the reading world next!

Indie Promotion – Jess Mountifield

Dear reader,

My wonderful friend Jess Mountifield has just released a new book. This time it’s under a pen name, and the book is perhaps a must for the fans of Sherlock Holmes and especially his brother Mycroft.

The Hundred Year WaitWhat is this book about?
Mycroft’s life is perfect, except for one small coded message he can’t quite crack, but this doesn’t bother him. His brother, Sherlock, has always helped out when tasks require more effort than he’d like. He’d never thought life dull, until he found Amelia.
In this novella, a man of extraordinary intelligence finds himself puzzled by someone he knows is inferior. While preventing a terrorist attack he will need all his experience to keep her alive.

If you are interested, you can find the book on and

Book review – Sherdan’s Legacy

Title: Sherdan’s Legacy
Author: Jess Mountifield
Genre: Science Fiction

Note – this review may contain spoilers on the first book! Proceed at own risk.


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Sherdan’s Legacy is the second book in the Sherdan series. It picks up where book one left off, with Anya and Sherdan both facing their own set of problems. The new country is getting more and more pressure from the outside world, and Sherdan and Anya are pushed together again. Not only from the outside, but also from the inside, Sherdan’s country encounters problems, and things very much get out of hand.

Note that there’s quite a bit of violence going on in this book as well (book one had it too). It all belongs to the story and isn’t disturbing (unless you’re very opposed to that). This book is well written, like the first one, and the main characters come more to life. I’m already waiting for the third book.

Book review – Chains of Freedom

Title: Chains of Freedom
Author: Jess Mountifield
Genre: Historical Fiction

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Chains of Freedom. An interesting book about a Maori tribe that has to learn how to live with invaders in their land. Not only British soldiers but also problems from an entirely different kind arrive.

Chains of freedom is well written and the story is easy to follow. It shows the problems that arise when cultures clash and the dangers that can arise when misunderstanding and miscommunication are piled on top of each other. Mrs. Mountifield has done her research for this book, the Maori characters really come out well.


Indie Promotion – Sherdan’s Prophecy

Dear reader,

Monday, monday. Lots of songs were sung about this day, even one band claiming they don’t like it. They have never heard of the Indie Promotions, I am certain of that.

Sherdan’s Prophecy

sherdans prophecy
by Jess Mountifield

Ebook Short Description: Sherdan has spent many years planning for the future. Now he’s in control and he is expected to forge a fresh new start for the people in his program, people he has shaped and can’t abandon, but will his country let him get away with his plans?

Anya is on a mission from God to find out why she has been sent to the heart of Bristol and what she can do to stop the world being plunged into war, but which side is the right side to be on? How will she feel if she picks the wrong one? And will her faith in God be enough to see her through?

Reading Level: Adults. Parents should read before letting anyone under the age of 16 read.

Where to find.
You can find the e-book on and