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The Secret of Sarah Revere

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 22, 2008

    'A wanderfully crafted book, that holds the reader in its pages'

    the book is about the troubles and secrets in the revere household. Paul Revere 'father' is a rider and a whig, who rides to town to town to get them to back him up if the king send men. Rachel Revere 'step-mother' is a young girl who merrys paul and puts his family back together, well partly. the family has 2 sides sarah and rachel on one side and grandmother and debby on the other. the kids go back and fourth in which ever one will benifit them the most. Sarah is well at the most in love with Doc. Warren the family docter.her and them have a shaky relationship as freinds. Warren seen Sarah as only a little girl, but she sees herself as more. at the end the reveres leave boston and go to where father is someowhere in concord. whilst mayhap british soldiers run boston and eat all the food Paul 'sun' stayes behind to take care of fathers shop and there beloved home.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 27, 2000

    good, but not great

    This was not one of Rinaldi's best works. However, its historical content was great; it gave you an interesting view into the revolutionary time period. The plot was a little thin and slow moving. This book is not for everyone, you have to enjoy history to apreciate it.

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    Posted July 6, 2009

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