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age 10+

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age 10+

It's really boring

The book has some facts but it's really boring. Don't waste your time.

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age 9+

not a regrettable read.

Parents, if your child is vaguely interested, if not confused about our American history, I'm pretty sure this book'll answer any questions and provide a useful perspective on the Revolutionary Period. Course, it's not Shakespeare, but definitely a time passer.

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age 8+

a perplexing adventure

The year is 1774, in Salem town. The Tories and Patriots are bickering, and a war is likely to break out. 14 year old Daniel was a full bred Tory. Now, he questions his loyalty to the king and is wondering which side he really should fight for. This engaging story of Early Thunder is a wonderful perspective of the complicated bit of American history known as the Revolutionary War.

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age 13+

the truth

i think the story is not about rebellion its about freedom
age 8+

SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOBORING

THIS BOOK IS SO BORING DONT WASTE YOUR TIME
not rated for age

this book was ok but kinda boring

i only understood that daniel west got a step mother and didnt really like it but his dad did and always listened to his wife so they both wanted to sent him away to london/england to a new school. after the speech daniel gave to his towns people everyone was shocked that he wasnt proud of being a troy.
not rated for age

it's a great book!