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Wish Is My Master: The Honor of War
     

Wish Is My Master: The Honor of War

4.5 2
by Robert Brookover
 
A tale of gold and greed, spy and traitor, fate and luck; a story that spans an ocean from Georgia to England to Bermuda; a saga that bridges to Virginia where the rigors of soldier and nurse mature George and Amy; but most of all, Robert Brookover’s Civil War Series, WISH IS MY MASTER, portrays THE HONOR OF WAR.

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A tale of gold and greed, spy and traitor, fate and luck; a story that spans an ocean from Georgia to England to Bermuda; a saga that bridges to Virginia where the rigors of soldier and nurse mature George and Amy; but most of all, Robert Brookover’s Civil War Series, WISH IS MY MASTER, portrays THE HONOR OF WAR.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940013600553
Publisher:
Robert Brookover LLC
Publication date:
06/17/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
387
File size:
1 MB

Meet the Author

After a thirty-five year career, Robert Brookover retired to pursue his love of writing. He is a graduate of Ferrum College, Randolph-Macon College, and Boston University. While living in Elkton, Woodstock, Winchester, and Manassas, Virginia descendants of The War between the States shared the journals, letters, and family lore that permeate this series of historical fiction.

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Wish Is My Master: The Honor of War 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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pH53 More than 1 year ago
This book is the second in a four book series the author plans to complete dealing with episodes of a Georgia family, their friends and compatriots at the start of the Civil War. The first book, Wish is My Master, The Honor of Love, brought the two main protagonists, Amy Frey and George Yardley, together from very different backgrounds just before the start of the War but their love won out and they married. In this book, the war is now inevitable but some have strong concerns about the South seceeding from the Union and moral questions about slavery. Amy is quite attractive and intelligent and comes from a wealthy family. George comes from a poor family but exhibits excellent judgement and leadership abilities. He organizes a small Georgian militia group which is the first to engage in a battle and sustain a fatality but gains notoriety as possibly the best trained fighters in the Confederate military. The author blends the historic and fictitious so well that you actually feel that you are eavesdropping on historic dialog. The high and low events for Amy, George and their colleagues lead easily through their trials and tribulations and finish with a surprise ending that makes you look anxiously forward to the next book of the series.