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Bringing a radically new perspective to the events leading up to the American Revolution, 'Sparrowhawk', a series of historical novels, establishes that the revolution occurred in two stages: the war for independence and a more subtle revolution in men's minds many years before the Declaration of Independence. From an early age, Jack develops an independent mind and spirit, traits that are not openly welcomed by all for someone of his lowly class. Fate and circumstance lead him to join a band of noble smugglers and he faithfully furthers their cause until the band is eventually trapped. Jack himself is sentenced to eight years of servitude in the Colonies and he embarks on a sea voyage aboard the Sparrowhawk, destined for Virginia.

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February 9th, 2014
This book powerfully puts forward the case of the immorality of a government's claim to ones life or property.
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