Sons of Liberty

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Hyperion Books for Children, Sep 1, 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 230 pages
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Nobody knows the American Revolution better than Rock Kindle. Rock takes pride in his patriotic forefathers. His belief that he, too, could brave any combat helps him through the bad times, when Rock's father wages small wars on the rest of the family. But when he helps his best friend run away from home, Rock begins to question the bonds that hold his own family together. He knows that he would never be a traitor to his father and would never desert the family. So why is his wish to escape his own home so powerful?

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User Review  - Elizabeth - Goodreads

This was an odd book. The characters were either completely original or just strange, because they kept doing things I couldn't expect. The writing was good but the plot didn't resolve, IMO. I kept thinking there would be more about Liza, but there wasn't. Strange, strange, strange. Read full review

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User Review  - Erika - Goodreads

I didn't enjoy this story. I wanted so desperately to care about these brothers trying to escape the abuse around them, but all I could focus on was how much it felt like the story just rambled from one character to the other. Too bad. Read full review

Contents

Chapter One THE JlKJAfc
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ChapterThree EAEKJIM PROTEiTERi
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Chapter Four WITHOUT PRBENTAHON
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About the author (1998)

ADELE GRIFFIN is the critically acclaimed author of numerous young adult novels, including My Almost Epic Summer, The Other Shepards, and National Book Award Finalists Where I Want to Be and Sons of Liberty. She lives in New York City.

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