From Publishers Weekly
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Fun linguistics, a who dun it, Civil War backdrop and a character filled with hope and humanity. So glad there is a series!Published 21 days ago by L. M. Smith
A great read, pages fly by and the underside of the beast that is war & politics is revealed in a tale well told.Published 3 months ago by Victor Miller
Does give you a feel of a slice of life at the time. Written in the language of immigrants speaking English which slows down the reading considerably.Published 3 months ago by doubleh
There is so much to these books. I began reading the series back to front (read Rebels of Babylon first when I found it via a random-library-book-off-the-shelf grab), and after... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Deborah Elmar
An unexpectedly fine piece of historical fiction based on an uncommon topic, namely, the controversy surrounding the issue of abolition and its relevance to the early days of the... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Robert Rogers
The book started out with a welsh character who acts, thinks and talks like a Welshman according to him. Read morePublished 9 months ago by uscgcmunro
Great book and I enjoyed the read!! Kept me engendered throughout out the whole book. I really like following this character and learning how he thinks.Published 10 months ago by go finger lakes!
This book was not new as stated when purchased. It came yellowed and could tell this was old. Not happy with this Christmas present purchased for my husband.Published 10 months ago by anne c. potocnjak