From Jeff Shaara, the modern master of military fiction, whose father reinvented the war novel with his Pulitzer Prize–winning classic The Killer Angels, comes an exclusive eBook edition collecting two stirring novels of the American Revolution: Rise to Rebellion and The Glorious Cause.
RISE TO REBELLION “Gripping human drama.”—Baltimore Sun Rise to Rebellion brilliantly brings to life the early days of the American Revolution, creating an unforgettable saga of the men who helped to forge the destiny of a nation—from idealistic attorney John Adams to audacious inventor and philosopher Benjamin Franklin. Shaara’s most impressive achievement reveals how philosophers became fighters, how ideas became their ammunition, and how a scattered group of colonies became the United States of America.
THE GLORIOUS CAUSE “Vivid and compelling . . . Shaara reaches new heights here, with a narrative that’s impossible to put down.”—Publishers Weekly (starred review) The Glorious Cause brings the saga of victory and defeat full circle, from the stunning victory at Trenton to the British surrender at Yorktown—a moment that changed the history of the world. This dramatic concluding volume is a tribute to the amazing people who turned ideas into action and fought to declare themselves free.
Jeff Shaara is the New York Times bestselling author of The Fateful Lightning, The Smoke at Dawn, A Chain of Thunder, A Blaze of Glory, The Final Storm, No Less Than Victory, The Steel Wave, The Rising Tide, To the… More about Jeff Shaara
Ebook | $10.99
Published by Ballantine Books Jan 14, 2013| 1168 Pages| ISBN 9780345534873
Praise for Rise to Rebellion “History master Jeff Shaara scores again . . . with historical accuracy and a you-are-there immediacy.”—New York Post “This may be [Shaara’s] best book yet.”—Seattle Post-Intelligencer Praise for The Glorious Cause “Rich, exciting, and compelling, The Glorious Cause will inform and entertain.”—Library Journal “A rock-’em, sock-’em adventure . . . Will keep you riveted until the last musket is fired.”—People