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Jove, Apr 15, 1982 - United States - 539 pages
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Philip Kent fights for the future of his adopted country and of his own wife and son, as British oppression leads America further into Revolutionary War. Includes a new Introduction by Jakes.

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I liked the ending of this one. - Goodreads
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Review: The Rebels (Kent Family Chronicles #2)

User Review  - Emanuel Ramos - Goodreads

I'm a sucker for historical family sagas. Even mediocre ones. Kent Family Saga falls somewhere above mediocre. Characters are broadly painted. Dialogue is clunky. There are passages that ramble. And ... Read full review

Review: The Rebels (Kent Family Chronicles #2)

User Review  - Colin Faulkner - Goodreads

I could not find the books anywhere but the Library which only had 2 book volumes. I really enjoyed this book as well as the first. History is cool. This had Valley Forge, the French involvement ... Read full review


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John Jakes is the bestselling author of Charleston, the Kent Family Chronicles, the North and South trilogy, On Secret Service, California Gold, Homeland, and American Dreams. Descended from a soldier of the Virginia Continental Line who fought in the American Revolution, Jakes is one of today's most distinguished authors of historical fiction.

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