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Finding Liberty free pdf The Great War had decimated the world, killing millions and wiping out all the modern technologies of that time. After many of the survivors had died from starvation and thirst, the few remaining figured out by trial and error that if they were going to survive they needed rules. Over eight hundred years later, nature's resources are slowly recovering, but the population has dwindled to only a handful of people. Most are suspicious and quite content to live by themselves. To survive in this barren world, Aapeli has created a rule for every situation. He doesn't feel like he's missing anything in his life until he rescues an abandoned child from a group of crazed mountain men. Over the years the little girl shakes up his organized world by questioning all of his rules. Liberty knows she couldn't ask for a better father but that doesn't stop her from questioning his hardheaded views. At fifteen she believes she's grown up enough and should be treated as such. But soon enough her world is shaken to the core, so much so that all she then wants to be is her father's little girl again.

About Regina Puckett

Regina Puckett is a 2014 Readers' Favorite Award winning author for her sweet romance, Concealed in My Heart. Her steampunk book, I Will Breathe, and her children's picture book, Borrowed Wings, both received the Children's Literary Classic Seal of Approval. Memories, won first place in the 1st WSBR International Poetry Contest, and her collection of poetry, Fireflies, won the 2013 Turning Pages Poetry Book of the Year. Regina Puckett has been writing for over forty-eight years, and lives in Tennessee with her husband of over forty years. She has two grown daughters and four grandchildren. She writes sweet romances, horror, inspirational, steampunk, picture books and poetry. There are always several projects in various stages of completion and characters and stories waiting in the wings for their chance to finally get out of her head and onto paper. Please come and visit me at http: // http: // https: //

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Author : Regina Puckett
Publisher : Createspace
Data Published : 03 July 2015
ISBN : 1514807815
EAN : 9781514807811
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 70 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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