Review: JACK ABSOLUTE by C.C. Humphreys

Savvy Verse & Wit recently read and reviewed Jack Absolute by C.C. Humphreys for the American Revolution War Reading Challenge in 2013.  Here’s an excerpt:

The novel gives readers a detailed glimpse into American Revolution battles — Saratoga and Stanwix –with Americans pulled between loyalty to the Crown and the desire for freedom.  At the same time, Absolute is torn between his duty to the Crown and his desire to protect his adopted brethren the Iroquois.  Humphreys mixes it up with Native Americans loyal to both England and Rebels, as well as those Native Americans that were schooled in Christianity and took on English names.

Read the full review.

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