The Second American Revolutionary War for Independence is Book II of my Trilogy, The Indivisible Light. It tells the story of a resourceful and heroic American patriot, David, Angela, his wife, and his right hand man, Michael, who come to know the diabolically inspired and directed Enemy, a vast array of fronts and tactics designed to mask their evil intention of destroying Christian civilization, especially America, the last bastion of liberty. With a determined confidence in God, the men lead the average, big hearted Americans in forming a militia that achieves victory with private arms, sharp wits and courage born of Faith. The reader is invited to fight alongside David in spirit and in imagination as our unflinching hero meets seemingly impossible odds that are, unfortunately, a frighteningly realistic projection of what America will face in less than a decade of this writing. Every woman will weep with Angela as she watches her husband and father of their children entering into harm’s way. They will pray with her for his return to life after news reports of his certain death are made public.
This is the story of war, its logistics and the fear of death, but most of all it is the story of hope, the necessary foundation of courage and daring, emotions of the irascible appetite, often accompanied by anger, their companion in facing arduous opposition.