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by Joseph A Altsheler




The French and Indian War-the collision between Britain, its provincial troops and Indian allies against France and its own allies during the eighteenth century in America is fascinating to many students of the period. It gave rise to famous characters such as Robert Rogers of the Rangers who have found their way into literature and the cinema. Of course, the famous Hawkeye and the novel 'The Last of the Mohicans' which takes place within real historical events of the time has also become an American classic. Author Joseph Altsheler has taken this well loved subject for a series of novels of high adventure. In these six novels the chronology of the war, which of course includes many of its true life characters, is told through the adventures of its principal characters. Young Robert Lennox, the hunter Willet-also known as the Great Bear and his Indian companion Tayoga travel through intrigues, dangers, battles and many trials and setbacks as the story unfolds. Leonaur has brought the entire collection together in substantial three volumes. In this third volume are 'The Lords of the Wild' & 'The Sun of Quebec.'
Download The French & Indian War Novels: 3-The Lords of the Wild & The Sun of Quebec epub
ISBN: 1846775892
ISBN13: 978-1846775895
Category: Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Author: Joseph A Altsheler
Language: English
Publisher: LEONAUR (December 19, 2008)
Pages: 424 pages
ePUB size: 1795 kb
FB2 size: 1163 kb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 774
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Zainian
Great hope there another coming
Survivors
I thought the book to be very well written with a talent for making me feel like I am right next to the characters in the adventures. I can almost smell the smoke, feel the breezes, hear the loons, and sense the dangers that lurk in the darkness of the forests. It is riveting reading and follows the historical story of the era. Kudos to the author.