- Paperback: 863 pages
- Publisher: Accurate Press (1996)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1888118040
- ISBN-13: 978-1888118049
- Product Dimensions: 6.2 x 2.2 x 9.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3.4 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 437 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #245,831 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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There isn't much I can say to persuade you, some stranger roaming the wilds of the internet, to make you stop here and purchase this book, to give it the chance it deserves, aside form that this book has within its pages the means to instill in those who read it a great sense of conviction, and purpose, and hope. America can shine again across the world when each man, a sovereign citizen, takes up the banner of freedom and refuses to go quietly into the night. This book is a learning experience, a tool, a manual, a manifesto, and a wonderful story seamlessly blended into one span of pages.
Read this novel. Give it a chance. I promise it will speak to you.
Lots of information on rifles, pistols, etc. as an added bonus if you're the type of person who enjoys that (I do...) and easily skimmed without detracting from the story if you're not.
Multiple characters, multiple story lines, one grand read.
This goes on that small shelf I reserve for books I'll read again, and even again after that.
If an author had one novel in them, THIS would be one I suspect they'd be proud to write.
One unintended consequence of this book is it demonstrates we were a much freer people 235 years ago...
The story begins in December 1906...
It is very engaging from the very first paragraph. Characters are well developed, and likeable. The history lessons are succinct, and readily demonstrate a growing police state complete with jackbooted thugs who give no thought to the rights or lives of the people they trample. Also on display is a corrupt political body (un?)intentially reversing the restrictions placed on government by the constitution, while we the people are being transformed into servants of the ruling class.
Find out what happens when one man is pushed too far...
This book taught me more about history than I ever learned in school. So many times did I have to put this book down, go tot he computer and look up one of the historical pieces he was talking about. I thought "How have I never knew about this?" and each time I'd spend an hour or more reading into the details that John Ross might have just touched on in this book
I've bought almost a dozen copies of this book and given them to numerous friends. Each time, they call me a few weeks later talkign about how blown away they were by how good this book is!