Judas

Hope alone can not win the war Caroline Mathers, Forward Scout of the People s Republic of Virginia, leads her people to safety after a harrowing escape through the Appalachian Mountains But, the security of their capitol city won t last for longybe even less than a night Old friends are left behind, while inside the walls, new alliances are formed and trust betrayHope alone can not win the war Caroline Mathers, Forward Scout of the People s Republic of Virginia, leads her people to safety after a harrowing escape through the Appalachian Mountains But, the security of their capitol city won t last for longybe even less than a night Old friends are left behind, while inside the walls, new alliances are formed and trust betrayed Empowered by the strength of a massive army, their northern enemies suffocate the city outside the walls, preparing to take control of what they believe is rightfully theirs citizen slaves With the help of her fellow Kinder, Finn, and an ill equipped group of volunteer soldiers, Caroline must defend her city to the last breath or watch her people marched away in chains.
Judas Hope alone can not win the war Caroline Mathers Forward Scout of the People s Republic of Virginia leads her people to safety after a harrowing escape through the Appalachian Mountains But the secu

  • Title: Judas
  • Author: Ernie Lindsey
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 313
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Judas”

    1. The title says it all seriously, why does almost EVERYONE she ends up leaning on and trusting betray her!?! I can't even, so just see my review of the Collected Edition (link below) for my thoughts because otherwise this would just turn into a rant that is rife with spoilers and bad language.I read the collected edition and as a result I didn't really see these as individual stories so, see my review of the Collected Edition for my thoughts on the series as a whole:/review/show

    2. Caroline Mathers gets her charges to Warrenville, the capital, only to learn a deal has already been made by the President to sell 50,000 slaves to the DAV. The army following them was strictly for show. And to get the new slaves back up north.She hooks up with the underground who intend to fight.But there's a Judas in their midst.Author Lindsey continues his take on a future orld. Looking forward to the third book in the series.

    3. This book was entertaining, however, I felt like the plot had remained at the same spot it was when I started the series. It didn't have any major twists or events that I didn't see coming either. I mean, the title is Judas, don't you think that gives the 'big twist' away a little? That being said, I have rated this three out of five. I am excited to read the third book though!

    4. ExcellentDetails of the war and locations were explicit. Felt like I know the characters.I would recommend this to young adults and adults.

    5. Requires reading the first book. Simple, light, and enjoyable. But it gets bogged down with too much internal dialogue and narrative explication.

    6. 3.5This one made me angry. I am not sure ig I am more angry about what happened or if I didn't see it coming.

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