by Norman D. Davis
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Redcoat-Bluecoat 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Go to rocks result one.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Well written and gripping. Filled in my education gaps on this crucial time in world history. We mustn't forget what an amazing thing this was to break free of a king! Very interesting to discover the politics of state militias. Thanks so much for keeping this time period alive for the future! Great fun!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I am 18 years old and I always love to read. Someone recommeneded this fantastic drama, and out of all the books I read, this is one of my top faviorites. English Royalist Sergeant Buck McCalister had been disgusted by the English brutality of burning farms on the soon-to-be USA's South Carolina. Because of this and to win the love of the fiesty and true Patriot Media Grant DeVoe, he turncoated and becomes a valuable spy to American General Francis Marion aka the Swamp Fox. You can see Buck as an honorable person and the battles within him and with the foul Troy Lietenant Zachariah Trae. Trae is the one solider that is overzeulis and brutalizes non-loyatists and burn everything to dust. You can see how moderan Marion is and what a gentalman! Live through their eyes and you feel you ARE Trea... Marion... Buck...even Media herself.I could not stop reading and felt transported to this land of the free. Trust me when I say you would want to read it again and again.