Five Reasons to Read Another Together by Lauren James

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“Are you absolutely certain this is safe?” Matthew Galloway asked. A short story of intrigue and murder set in the world of The Next Together series. Winter, 1940: there is a murderer on the loose at Bletchley Park, the headquarters of Britain’s most daring codebreaking operation against the Nazis. Can two young codebreakers Kitty and Matthew catch the killer?

I loved Another Together, so I decided to give some reasons why I think people should read it!

  1. You get to revisit the characters.

I loved Matthew and Katherine – or Kitty as she is called in this story – so it was great to be able to read about the characters again, and they made such a good couple, both in that they are cute together but their personalities also go together really nicely, especially as they contrast slightly. They are friends as well as romantically interested in each other, which is lovely to read about!

  1. It is short murder mystery.

It’s short, so is a quick read, and the fact that it’s a murder mystery makes it really gripping, so it makes for an enjoyable short story.

  1. It is set at Bletchley Park.

Lauren James chose to set the story at Bletchley Park, which I thought was an absolutely fascinating setting, and really well described.

  1. There’s a preview chapter of The Last Beginning at the end.

The Last Beginning is the sequel to The Next Together, and the preview was, in my opinion, perfect to give an idea of what the book is about – I’m so excited for it to be released!

  1. It is free!

Yes, that’s right – Another Together is completely free to download on Kindle from Amazon.

Have you read Another Together? Would you recommend it for these reasons?

Another Together was released as an ebook on the 2nd of June, and you can check it out on Amazon or Goodreads, and you could find out more about the first book The Next Together on Amazon or Goodreads.

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