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The Wages of Kin

The Wages of Kin
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C.J. Caughman


Action and Adventure, Fantasy

C.J. Caughman


Colonial Fantasy, Action/Adventure

Book Description

When Adelaide Battier’s naval commander husband dies, she is left to navigate a new society and oppressive government forces known as The Assembly. But things only get worse when Adelaide is informed of the Cannon Fire Plot, a series of attacks her late husband orchestrated to ignite a revolution against the Assembly. Framed for his treason, Adelaide and her five children are forced to focus on one thing above all else: surviving. With danger lurking around every corner, Adelaide and her children must fight for their lives in a world stacked against them.

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Editorial Review

"The Wages of Kin" is a gripping and evocative tale of resilience, survival, and the unbreakable bonds of family. Adelaide Battier's journey is both heart-wrenching and inspiring as she navigates a society oppressed by The Assembly after her husband's death and his alleged involvement in a plot to overthrow them.

This story masterfully weaves together elements of suspense and emotional depth, immersing the reader in Adelaide's harrowing struggle to protect her five children while being unjustly framed for her husband's actions. The author creates a vivid, dystopian world where danger lurks at every turn, and Adelaide's unwavering determination to keep her family safe is truly admirable.

"The Wages of Kin" is a testament to the strength of the human spirit in the face of adversity. It is a compelling and thought-provoking read that keeps you on the edge of your seat, rooting for Adelaide and her children as they fight for their lives in a world stacked against them. This book is a must-read for those who enjoy stories of courage and resilience in the darkest of times.

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