Is Washington going to give Seth and the Green Mountain boys the credit they deserve for bringing the artillery back to Boston? Or is Seth going to come away from this experience feeling the same way about Virginians that he does about Albany and Boston? And how is Mercy holding up, given that Seth has declined a chance to go and visit her? Should make for good reading. Read Full Review
Rebels once again delight me utterly, even more so with the refreshed context of the times and some of the players, so this issue definitely clicked very well for me. Brian Wood continues to tell an engaging story that doesn't feel traditional in any sense of the word as it moves through different periods within the timeline, almost always progression, but it's made so much smoother and engaging because of Andrea Mutti's artwork. There's such a great richness and depth to it, so much detail that I just get caught up in, that I have to read it a couple of times because of the way I'm drawn to the smaller moments. I can still see why this is a hard book for many, but it's hitting it out of the park for me on a regular basis. Read Full Review
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