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The Protector of Peace (Trip Montgomery) (Volume 3)

by Scott Clements

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I received this book for free for an honest review.
Let me just say that I have not yet read the first 2 books.
That being said I will read them when I find them.
The book was very interesting and history was woven into the story in a very fascinating way. You learn many fascinating things about our forefathers and our country. The author wove them into the story without overpowering you with details. Each let to a clue and kept you guessing right along with the characters. Trip, Sarah, and Josh were teens out on an adventure to save the world from the bad guys. Many trips to places filled with history and how it has shaped our country. I especially enjoyed the Epilogue. Great possibilities ahead. Don;t want to give away the book but it was truly enjoyable to read for all ages. A history lesson without being boring. If I were a teacher I would recommend it to my American History class as a must read. ( )
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I received this book for free for an honest review.
Let me just say that I have not yet read the first 2 books.
That being said I will read them when I find them.
The book was very interesting and history was woven into the story in a very fascinating way. You learn many fascinating things about our forefathers and our country. The author wove them into the story without overpowering you with details. Each let to a clue and kept you guessing right along with the characters. Trip, Sarah, and Josh were teens out on an adventure to save the world from the bad guys. Many trips to places filled with history and how it has shaped our country. I especially enjoyed the Epilogue. Great possibilities ahead. Don;t want to give away the book but it was truly enjoyable to read for all ages. A history lesson without being boring. If I were a teacher I would recommend it to my American History class as a must read.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0988552248, Paperback)

Just weeks after Trip, Josh, and Sarah watched Gonzalez’s body turn to dust and blow away in the breeze, the dead man himself walked through the door of Pappy’s apartment. Is The Destroyer still alive? Can Trip stay focused and strengthen his connection with The Protector? Can he stay one step ahead of the evil presence bent on destroying him? The Protector of Peace is packed with adventure as Trip follows clues left by the Founding Fathers of the United States, in hope of stopping The Destroyer from ruling the world. If he fails and The Destroyer unites all three pieces of The Triumvirate, the world as we know it will change forever.

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