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About the author


Brad Livengood has never been one to discontinue a quest. Much of his life has been dedicated to digging and discovery, whether in musty archives, within his own experience, or sometimes in just plain old dirt, seeking answers in the artifacts of the past. This sometime blogger and columnist from Thomasville, North Carolina uses these inquiries to tell stories, echoes that whisper of a past that not only doesn’t fade away, but shouts at we in the present like a Greek Chorus. Liberty Man, his first novel based upon events in the American Revolution is one such story.

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Liberty Man
by Brad Livengood

Overview


What if love can transcend death? What if our lives are but a tiny increment in a vast eternal existence? What if the answers to the greatest mysteries are right in front of our eyes, revealed in the simplest events of day to day life and in the heroic tales of centuries past? Liberty Man is an epic novel that explores these themes through the stories of a Revolutionary War Soldier as he searches against hopeless odds to find Sallie, the irrepressible love of his life.

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Gabriel Brower never cared much for history. But as he faces the greatest crisis in his life, he is suddenly confronted, not just by historical reality, but by the face of history itself, which literally steps into his living room in the form of William Kinney, a soldier of the American Revolution and a man allegedly dead for 150 years. Through a series of extraordinary circumstances, William begins to tell a story about a quest to find his great lost love, Sallie, and the amazing gift she gave him. Within these tales, he unveils long dead secrets about friendship and love and war and death, that the greatest enigmas regarding life on this planet are revealed in the simple expressions of Creation and the stories of everyday people. Come on a journey into the distant, eternal past as it opens an unforeseen window into boundless infinity. Experience the mystery, the madness, the triumph and the redemption. Witness the Liberty Man.
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Overview


What if love can transcend death? What if our lives are but a tiny increment in a vast eternal existence? What if the answers to the greatest mysteries are right in front of our eyes, revealed in the simplest events of day to day life and in the heroic tales of centuries past? Liberty Man is an epic novel that explores these themes through the stories of a Revolutionary War Soldier as he searches against hopeless odds to find Sallie, the irrepressible love of his life.

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Description


Gabriel Brower never cared much for history. But as he faces the greatest crisis in his life, he is suddenly confronted, not just by historical reality, but by the face of history itself, which literally steps into his living room in the form of William Kinney, a soldier of the American Revolution and a man allegedly dead for 150 years. Through a series of extraordinary circumstances, William begins to tell a story about a quest to find his great lost love, Sallie, and the amazing gift she gave him. Within these tales, he unveils long dead secrets about friendship and love and war and death, that the greatest enigmas regarding life on this planet are revealed in the simple expressions of Creation and the stories of everyday people. Come on a journey into the distant, eternal past as it opens an unforeseen window into boundless infinity. Experience the mystery, the madness, the triumph and the redemption. Witness the Liberty Man.

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Book details

Genre:FICTION

Subgenre:Historical

Language:English

Pages:572

Format:Paperback

eBook ISBN:9781543925395

Paperback ISBN:9781543925388


Overview


What if love can transcend death? What if our lives are but a tiny increment in a vast eternal existence? What if the answers to the greatest mysteries are right in front of our eyes, revealed in the simplest events of day to day life and in the heroic tales of centuries past? Liberty Man is an epic novel that explores these themes through the stories of a Revolutionary War Soldier as he searches against hopeless odds to find Sallie, the irrepressible love of his life.

Read more

Description


Gabriel Brower never cared much for history. But as he faces the greatest crisis in his life, he is suddenly confronted, not just by historical reality, but by the face of history itself, which literally steps into his living room in the form of William Kinney, a soldier of the American Revolution and a man allegedly dead for 150 years. Through a series of extraordinary circumstances, William begins to tell a story about a quest to find his great lost love, Sallie, and the amazing gift she gave him. Within these tales, he unveils long dead secrets about friendship and love and war and death, that the greatest enigmas regarding life on this planet are revealed in the simple expressions of Creation and the stories of everyday people. Come on a journey into the distant, eternal past as it opens an unforeseen window into boundless infinity. Experience the mystery, the madness, the triumph and the redemption. Witness the Liberty Man.

Read more

About the author


Brad Livengood has never been one to discontinue a quest. Much of his life has been dedicated to digging and discovery, whether in musty archives, within his own experience, or sometimes in just plain old dirt, seeking answers in the artifacts of the past. This sometime blogger and columnist from Thomasville, North Carolina uses these inquiries to tell stories, echoes that whisper of a past that not only doesn’t fade away, but shouts at we in the present like a Greek Chorus. Liberty Man, his first novel based upon events in the American Revolution is one such story.

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