The Sword of Liberty

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The Sword of Liberty is a thrilling action-adventure novel about a secret constitutional weapon, crafted by our founders for use in desperate times like these. American spec-op warrior, John Laurens, is drawn to the island of St. Croix for the execution of a secret will. Attached to the official summons, he finds the tale of an ancient sword forged by Zeus at the beginning of time and carried into battle by liberty's greatest heroes, among them, George Washington. At the reading of the will, Laurens is shocked to...

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Overview

The Sword of Liberty is a thrilling action-adventure novel about a secret constitutional weapon, crafted by our founders for use in desperate times like these. American spec-op warrior, John Laurens, is drawn to the island of St. Croix for the execution of a secret will. Attached to the official summons, he finds the tale of an ancient sword forged by Zeus at the beginning of time and carried into battle by liberty's greatest heroes, among them, George Washington. At the reading of the will, Laurens is shocked to find himself identified as the only remaining descendant of General Washington. As such, he must lead America back from disaster's edge, by retrieving the Sword of Liberty and revealing the knowledge on which our nation was founded. The book was written on the premise that America's public schools haven't taught the historical lessons requisite to making wise political decisions. In an era necessitating serious governmental change, the loss of America's historical blueprints could prove disastrous.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780615383880
  • Publisher: Liberty Press Inc.
  • Publication date: 11/28/2011
  • Pages: 250
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.53 (d)

Meet the Author

Author Loren J. Enns is a computer engineering instructor with over ten years of experience reverse-engineering the latest technologies from Microsoft and teaching them to the industry's top IT engineers. After years of reading voluminous technical manuals and probing the complex inner depths of software components, he has become an expert at analyzing difficult topics, breaking them down, and presenting them in palatable form. Utilizing that skill set, he wrote The Sword of Liberty after recognizing that the average American (including himself) lacked the wisdom to make wise political decisions and that they were otherwise unlikely to obtain it. He set out to bridge the gap, by packaging the knowledge of our founding fathers in an action-adventure novel to ensure its widest possible consumption.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 13, 2012

    Not free

    Not free, tried to charge credit card.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 7, 2012

    Very good!

    This is in a sense telling us the story of democracy and how to protect it. How our Founding Fathers came to write our Declairation of independence and our constitution. It is very readable, the conversations between characters flows freely & naturally. It does have a lot of action in it. I would highly recommend it to anyone, of any of the political parties who is concerned about the direction our country is in, who is concerned about the political, seemingly irrisponsible, actions being taken - or not taken...read the book.

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