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Critical, Fundamental Patriotism
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on May 28, 2022
Reading the seven books in this series in 2022, facilitated a strange dichotomy between real world events and fiction. I read for relaxation and at times this story was like a continuation of the nightly news. Fascinating in its relevance to real world situations, and just a little creepy in it’s depiction of potential risks to our nations sovereignty.
Choose Freedom became the battle cry throughout the series and the characters resolutely sacrificed and remained faithful to this most patriotic principal. I find myself hoping and praying there are still enough true patriots in this country to protect and preserve our Constitution and the Bill of Rights that have provided us the guiding principals to become and remain a world leader among nations.
The historical references to our founding fathers’ work to form our nation are enlightening critical components of knowledge not taught well in our modern education system. Akart masterfully weaves our history throughout the story to emphasize the foundation of proven principals on which future generations can stand firmly in their quest to defend the freedom that is so precious to Americans.
My only criticism is the often repeated description throughout the story of who each character was, in relation to the Boston Brahmin, and whom they descended from. It was excessive and distracting from the story being told. While it might work for those who do not read the full volume set straight through, that is the purpose of the character descriptions that precede each volume. I would recommend editing these passages out of future releases, and hope that this series stands the test of time, thus warranting the effort to do so.