Forge

Forge

Audiobook CD - 2010
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A sequel to Chains finds runaway slave Curzon joining the Patriot Army during the harsh winter at Valley Forge, a formidable service that is compromised by his fear of discovery and Isabel's unwilling presence. By the National Book Award finalist author of Speak. Simultaneous.

Brilliance Audio
The young soldiers at Valley Forge are suffering from hunger, cold, and the threat of the British army. Their newly forged bonds of friendship might be enough to help them survive. But the chains of Curzon’s past threaten to shackle him again.Surrounded by the fires of ignorance, mistrust, and greed, Curzon can’t risk sharing his deadly secrets with anyone. Does he have the mettle to hold on to his freedom? To claim his rightful place as an American? Is he strong enough to find the answer to the hardest question of all: Is Isabel still alive?Acclaimed author Laurie Halse Anderson continues the thrilling adventure started in her bestselling, award-winning novel Chains. Ride along on a gallop that will take you from battling the British at Saratoga to fighting the elements at Valley Forge to rebelling against merciless tyranny. Discover what the fight for freedom was really all about.

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Separated from his friend Isabel after their daring escape from slavery, fifteen-year-old Curzon serves as a free man in the Continental Army at Valley Forge until he and Isabel are thrown together again, as slaves once more.

Publisher: Grand Haven, MI : Brilliance Audio, [2010]
Copyright Date: ℗2010
ISBN: 9781423367369
1423367367
Branch Call Number: J COMP DISC FICTION ANDER...L
Characteristics: digital,1.4 m/s
7 sound discs (7 hr., 51 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in
Additional Contributors: Cain, Tim 1946-
Notes: Sequel to: Chains
Duration: 7:51:00
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JCLAllisonD Sep 14, 2016

This book picks up right where Chains left off. There's more of Halse Anderson's, "You think that's bad; I'll show you worse" plot. I did enjoy this book more than Chains, however. The narration is much better, and there's at least a sliver of hope for the beleaguered characters.

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