Book Review: I Jonathan A Charleston Tale Of The Rebellion by George WB Scott

Intriguing Historical Fiction

A young stranger from Boston is marooned in Charleston just as the Civil War begins. His relationships with working men and women, slaves, merchants, planters, spies, inventors, soldiers, sweethearts and musicians tell the story of a dynamic culture undergoing its greatest challenge.

In this book, the story documents the hopes and struggles of a young man making a new life in a strange land in a time of war and change. There are extracts of poems, songs, insightful facts, history and eye-opener to civil war and slavery.

A well-researched and fascinating story with attention to detail and an enjoyable read that takes the readers to explore the historical journey full of unusual adventures. The plot is written in such a believable way that as a reader you’re completely engrossed. The author’s vivid description of the characters and the places makes the readers visualize them.

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