Fables of the Flag: The Surveyor’s Tale Book Launch Giveaway

This is a historical event in more ways than one. Ethan Coffee is giving away 5 sets of 2 Kindle e-books to celebrate the launch of his second book in the Fables of the Flag series, patriotic historical fantasies that both teens and adults should love. Who wouldn’t want to meet Benjamin Franklin and George Washington before they made their marks on history? And what red-blooded American wouldn’t want to help them survive dangerous events to go on and become the patriots that shaped our nation?

As we gear up for Independence Day celebrations, I can’t think of a better way to remind ourselves of the sacrifices made by our fore-bearers than reading these exciting time-travel adventures. I haven’t finished reading the first book yet, but I’m far enough along to know it’s entertaining enough to tear a video-gamer away from TV.

I put the blurb for the first book in my last post along with a few questions for the author and his main character, Jack Preston. Now let’s see what Fables of the Flag: The Surveyor’s Tale is about.

Jack Preston made it out of 1720 Boston with the help of Benjamin Franklin, but he’s not home yet! Still travelling through time with the help of a tattered American flag, he awakens in 1746 Fredericksburg, Virginia. Things get even crazier when he meets another Founding Father, the first President of the United States, George Washington.  

After the family of a nearby farm is kidnapped during a violent raid, the boys vow to rescue them, no matter the danger involved. Deep in the wilds of Virginia, at an isolated Iroquois village, Jack and George’s survival abilities are tested like never before.

For a young man so far from home, the obstacles seem insurmountable. Will the help of a bright and energetic George Washington be enough to pull off a daring rescue? Will Grandpa’s flag work its magic again and move Jack a little closer to his home in the twenty-first century?

Kindle: Fables of the Flag: The Surveyor’s Tale $2.99

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