Liberty is Sweet: The Hidden History of the American Revolution Free Audiobook Download by Woody Holton
An audiobook read by Shaun Taylor-Corbett, this is a gripping account of the revolution told from a surprising angle. Holton takes listeners into the dark corners of American history and brings to light our forgotten heroes.
"The high, the thin, the beautiful, the rich and the poor all knew that this was a world for them and yet only one thing is certain about this world: it does not last... They were surrounded by enemies and seemed more alone than ever before."
This book is an original history of the American Revolution. It tells the story of the colonists who fought for independence and provides a detailed account of how they were able to do so in such a short amount of time. The author uses many different sources, including diary entries, letters, newspaper articles, and other writings. These sources offer many insights into what life was like during this period.
Liberty is Sweet, the Hidden History of the American Revolution, written by Professor Woody Holton, is an audiobook in which he explores the myriad of emotions that went into America's fight for independence. From the first day on Lexington Green until the final shot was fired at Yorktown, he looks at everything from a multitude of perspectives and sheds light on subjects that have been largely unexplored.
Liberty is Sweet by Woody Holton was a surprisingly gripping read, and the audiobook version narrated by Shaun Taylor-Corbett (Alex Price) was excellent. Though it is not a book about the American Revolution, Holton's book offers an illuminating account of what might have happened had America been defeated in its fight for freedom from England. In fact, with all of the social and cultural changes that have occurred since 1776, I'm sure the United States would be unrecognizable today had we lost that early victory for independence.
The true story about the impact of the economic, philosophical, and social changes that led to the American Revolution.
|Duration||22 hours 29 minutes|
|Is It Free?||30-days Free|
|Parent Category||Military, North America|