Captain Sedition: The Death of the Age of Reason by K. C. Fusaro

Intelligent and thrillingly engrossing… A page-turner.

Fusaro traces the life of a young man struggling to find a balance between duty and loyalty in his series kicker in The Death of the Age of Reason series. 1774. New England is on the cusp of Rebellion. Away for fourteen years, Jonathan Wolfe returns to America he barely recognizes. With the tension between colonists and redcoats rising, Wolfe finds himself drawn into the rebellion against his will. But his loyalty lies with the Crown. He must decide which side to take while trying to save his long-estranged father. Wolfe’s relationship with his father forms the emotional core of the story. Ben, humanly flawed and all the more likable for that, makes for a memorable character. Fusaro vividly portrays 18th century America, but the book’s emotional punch comes from its portrait of a man struggling to decide what he stands for and how much he is willing to fight for it. Vivid and arresting and rich in swift, assured sketches of achingly human characters trying to survive amid political instability, this is a winner.

Captain Sedition: The Death of the Age of Reason

K. C. Fusaro

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Pub date December 18, 2020

ISBN 979-8678796370

Price $14.99 (Paperback, $0.00 Kindle edition



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