Feathers on the Wings of Love and Hate 2: Call Me Timucua [NOOK Book]

Overview

The fight to stop an American holocaust continues where Let the Gun Speak ended. When the war heats up, the Resistance is reorganized and a ragtag guerrilla force swells to millions and plunges into a crucible of bloodshed to become an effective army under new leaders. In the center of swirling violence are the opposing forces of Patrick's hatred of government killers and his love for Sharon. Resistance spreads from the Southeast to Alaska and World Government sends soldiers to crush the uprising. As Patrick, ...
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Overview

The fight to stop an American holocaust continues where Let the Gun Speak ended. When the war heats up, the Resistance is reorganized and a ragtag guerrilla force swells to millions and plunges into a crucible of bloodshed to become an effective army under new leaders. In the center of swirling violence are the opposing forces of Patrick's hatred of government killers and his love for Sharon. Resistance spreads from the Southeast to Alaska and World Government sends soldiers to crush the uprising. As Patrick, Sharon, and friends fight for life and liberty, they write a new page in the never-ending saga of the struggle for human dignity and freedom with their own blood. 100,000 words.
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Amazon - Jadi Jadida
Jadida
Patrick and Sharon's relationship, as well as their circle of friends, serves to amplify and showcase the courage and selflessness of the common people in times of extreme deprivation and danger. Some may fixate on the great separation of independent rural people who have rejected statism and tyranny and the totally dependent "Redundant Headcount" of the cities who we never actually meet. But the author has not given us another 1984 or Atlas Shrugged; it is not a political rant.
Amazon - Jerry Riley
In this part 2 of Feathers on the Wings of Love and Hate: Call me Timucua, the fight against extermination and the World Order continues with fast paced action as the freedom forces and movement expand across the former USA, and frantic, fast paced battles ensue against overwhelming odds. New bonds and relationships are formed, only to be torn asunder amid the hardships and turmoil, all rising to a crescendo and a surprising ending.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014886000
  • Publisher: John Grit Press
  • Publication date: 9/17/2010
  • Series: Feathers on the Wings of Love and Hate , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 294
  • Sales rank: 159,197
  • File size: 240 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 18, 2013

    JB

    Great book, the auther gets a little to caught up in vocabulary sometimes instead of telling the story.

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