Feathers on the Wings of Love and Hate II: Call Me Timucua

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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.

De Oppresso Liber

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781453823569
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 3/31/2012
  • Pages: 294
  • Sales rank: 1,291,205
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.62 (d)

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The author is a retired entrepreneur who is grateful for what liberties we Americans still have.
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  • Posted January 9, 2011

    Riveting, fast paced action,as was Part I. A MUST READ!

    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 cresendo and a surprising ending. This is a book that once started reading, is VERY hard to put down for later. A real page turner. I would really like to think there might be a sequel in the works! Jerry Riley author,Suicide Cap

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 15, 2010

    Recommended

    This is the second book in the series. It begins with Patrick and Sharon coming home from a battle and getting married. Their honeymoon does not last long before they are drawn back into the fight when they learn of World Government's plan to use chemical weapons on their people. Patrick leads a raid on a military base where the chemicals are kept. He insists on being the first through the fence and is wounded again. Patrick and Sharon's relationship becomes as much an inspiration to other freedom fighters as their courage. While Let the Gun Speak became a love story about two thirds of the way through the book as Patrick began to fight less for revenge and more for Sharon's future, this one is very much a love story from the start. Don't let that mislead you; it is not a romance novel. There is plenty of fighting action, and the author obviously knows something of how to use rifles and small unit tactics. The fabric of this story is woven with many threads. Threads of vivid battles involving small groups of guerrilla fighters using asymmetric warfare and swarming tactics against a modern military. And moments of human warmth when the reader is witness to the thoughts of a young man in love with a woman and how he keeps her in the center of his life and concerns while shouldering the responsibilities of leading a ragtag militia group - and all at the age of seventeen. The contrast of his violent actions in battle and his tenderness with her brings to life a complicated human being: a young man with a center core of iron surrounded by warm flesh, his heart pumping both hatred of government killers and love of Sharon throughout his body. Time and again, you feel that old fierce pull of primeval warrior blood as if his heart, his hate, his love were yours. More and more as you read, you see Patrick and Sharon, their circle of friends and fellow freedom fighters, all come alive. And what you see in your mind's eye and your heart is the finest salt-of-the-earth people to ever call themselves Americans. You will tell yourself these are the kind of people who fought tyranny again and again throughout history - and won. Will they win this time? I cannot answer that here. But you will get a vivid glimpse of the inner core of a very young man going on thirty who's capacity to hate is far exceeded by his capacity to love a woman and his people. The ending will leave you wondering if there really are people this strong, but there must be. How else could Washington have led barefoot, starving, freezing, outgunned, outnumbered freedom fighters to a victory that sparked the birth of the greatest nation on earth? How else could so many battles of World War Two have been turned to the course of victory by lesser men and women? Obviously, I like this book, but it is not perfection itself. There are some editing problems, but nothing that prevented me from immersing my mind and heart into the story and looking on the people in it and saying: "In their lungs be the breath of God."

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    Posted May 27, 2011

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