When Cordell finds federal agents surrounding his church, he calls his favorite syndicated radio show to give a play by play. His local parishioners hear his plight and come to his rescue. Victorious, Cordell invites the faithful in the radio audience to join his people in rebelling against a godless government. As the leader, he soon learns that people have different interpretations of righteousness and patriotism. He also learns that his original assumptions may be based on falsehoods. How he will get his people to a place of safety and out of war?
|Publisher:||Barnes & Noble Press|
|Edition description:||Initial Printing ed.|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.54(d)|
About the Author
Bob Trapp is a teacher and author from eastern Iowa but from southern family. When not teaching or writing, you can usually find him hiking the forests and fields of Iowa.
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Cordell's Rebellion based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
I wasn't quite sure what to expect from this book. The opening lines/paragraphs/chapters really jump started the novel with a bang. It pulled me in and I ended up reading it in just 3-4 sittings. I kept wanting to find out the next twist or turn with Cordell's rebellion and the people who relied on him. My only (slight) qualm is that by the end, so many characters had been introduced, that I was losing track of some of them. Overall, an enjoyable read.
Not a typical story line pick for me, this book is a nice surprise. Trapp handles the heavy topics of war and misplaced anger with style, injecting bits of humor, a hint of a love story and solid characters that keeps the reader turning the page. Well done!