John Jakes recreates the grandeur and adversity of America's past in his bestselling novels. The eight-volume saga of the Kent family continues with THE WARRIORS as the Civil War rages in a young nation still struggling for acceptance in the world.
Following the final order, and dying wish, of his commanding officer, Corporal Jeremiah Kent has left his regiment to deliver a letter to the officer's wife and daughter at a plantation called Rosewood. After trekking across a war-ravaged Georgia, Jeremiah arrives at Rosewood to find a rift between mother and daughter -- and the plantation slaves eager for the freedom a Northern victory promises. But with the Union troops burning their way through Atlanta, and plundering every acre in their path, Jeremiah fears for the future of the South -- as well as the future of his family on both sides of the conflict.
This paperback book is in good to fair condition with spine creases, cover wear, cover creases, a store sticker and small owner's marks.