Revolution (America Book 3)

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Pub Date 21 Jun 2022 | Archive Date 25 Aug 2022

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The 1968 Tet uprising plunges America deeper into the abyss of Vietnam. Martin Luther King is shot, and riots rage in 130 burning American cities. Students protesting the War take over American universities, and street battles in Paris nearly topple the French government. Senator Eugene McCarthy enters the Democratic presidential race against Lyndon Johnson, followed by Bobby Kennedy, who goes on to win the California Democratic primary.

Mick joins the Paris student street battles, then returns to the US to work in Kennedy’s presidential campaign. Daisy leaves Stanford to work also in Bobby’s campaign. Troy faces increasing dangers as the Vietnam War widens into Cambodia and Laos. American astronauts land on the moon and safely return to earth.

Tara and her band shine at Woodstock. The My Lai massacre is revealed, further darkening the tragedy in Vietnam, and America teeters on the edge of revolution.

The 1968 Tet uprising plunges America deeper into the abyss of Vietnam. Martin Luther King is shot, and riots rage in 130 burning American cities. Students protesting the War take over American...


Advance Praise

"An evocative novel of the 1960s that hits just the right tone." - KIRKUS


“A testament to the effect the politics and moral revolution have had on America.” – MIAMI TIMES


"An evocative novel of the 1960s that hits just the right tone." - KIRKUS


“A testament to the effect the politics and moral revolution have had on America.” – MIAMI TIMES



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