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There are those who would destroy us. Men in the Land are the bulwark against destruction. Kender, Stepp, Openshaw, and Trapper White, their neighbors and friends, each, in their own way, are men who inspire us to fight, against all odds, for that which is rightfully ours. They irreversibly influence the world around them.
Men in the Land are monuments to positive values, hard won, and honest achievement. They stand for something. They are granite, bigger than life, strong, and immovable.
Our nation is today because there were Men in the Land.
Posted June 24, 2012
I have read this wonderful book. You just can't wait to see what is going to happen next. It is about real life, real people and their everyday struggles. I am also from Appalachia and can see my historical family in these situations, their thinking, their actions, their manner of speech, and their faith. I would highly recommend it to everyone who loves romance, history and suspense. I also think the three poems are wonderful. You get lost in the sounds of your surroundings, the smell of the home cooked food and feel the love of the characters for one another. I can't wait to read the next book by J. P. Lucas, he has a real talent for involving the reader in his stories. I would give this book a five star rating. A good book fan. lettieppWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.