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  • Must read!

    historical-research, historical-figures, history-and-culture, YA-only-means-no-gratuitous-erotica Again with the calling this series as for children just because there is no erotica! Really! These tales are for all of us, not just those of us who spent our summers reenacting the war between the upstarts and the oppressors (aka the rebels and the Redcoats). It is important to remember that the war involved many who never heard of the Boston Tea Party or Francis Marion or even Bloody Tarleton. The many clans and tribes of those who were in North America long before the European invaders were caught up in the war and lost as much as the Europeans gained. Well researched, well presented, and realistic. But I'm glad that I have the audio (and not just because Shamaan Casey has a marvelous voice and interpretation) because I wouldn't be able to pronounce the names. I won this audiobook in a giveaway! I really win!

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