Promised Valley Rebellion is a powerful tale that leaves the reader wanting more. It has a little bit of everything, romance, rebellion, turmoil and more. I was immediately drawn in by not only the book, but into the characters lives as well. The emotional tugging that goes along with Promised Valley Rebellion is unrelenting. I'm so glad that I already had a copy of the second book in this series, Promised Valley War. I definitely recommend reading this book and giving yourself ample time to devour it. It's pretty fast-paced, so it shouldn't take long to read it from cover-to-cover.
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"You'll enjoyPromised Valley Rebellionif you like in-depth characters, a mystery that's not eaily solved, and a subtle twist that could change everything." Reader Views
"Fritsch's debut novel encourages the reader to ponder the universal elements of the tale. Fritsch grants his characters an easy, unforced humanity that is instantly inviting. His people sound like individuals, and make the story memorable. A strange, primitive world that feels winningly real." - Kirkus Reviews.
"A good tale that feels real, with a strong promise and a good twist at the end. Fritsch presents us with a primitive society, in the manner of Jean Auel's books, but with much more compassionate characters." The US Review of Books
"Fritsch develops his characters with sensitivity and depth. Their youthful optimism and enthusiasm ring so true the reader can't resist rooting for them. Shining through the simple but expressive prose is an affection for the human condition: vulnerable, frequently confused, but always capable of great heroism and love." Feathered Quill
"I found the characters to be unique and what truly made the book. There was also an element of suspense. I wasn't able to predict how the book was going to end although a couple of times I thought I knew (but I was wrong). I recommend this book if you enjoy historical fiction peppered with a little suspense." Rebecca's ...