Rosie’s #Bookreview Team #RBRT TO SWIM BENEATH THE EARTH by Ginger Bensman #Incas

I like archeology and mystery and history. Thus…

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Today’s team review is from Judith W, she blogs at

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Judith has been reading To Swim Beneath The Earth by Ginger Bensman


  • Title: To Swim Beneath The Earth
  • Published: 2015
  • Author: Ginger Bensman

  • Started: Saturday 2nd July 2016
  • Finished: Wednesday 13th July 2016

To Swim Beneath The Earth is a novel by Ginger Bensman about one woman’s extraordinary discovery. To take a quote from the book, the protagonist, Megan Kimsey, is ‘the girl from Colorado who thinks she’s an Inca’. Following the death of her father, Megan embarks on a journey to work out exactly who she is and how she knows so much about Inca culture.

The insight to Inca history, culture and religion was really fascinating, especially for someone like me, who mainly reads classic English novels. Bensman clearly knows this subject area well, and the themes of archaeology, mystery and ancient history reminded me…

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