Series: Young American Patriots (Book 3). Paperback: 96 pages. Publisher: Crossway Books (August 19, 2005).
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In this third book in the Young American Patriots series, Will has to. .Volume 3 continues the Young American Patriots series with no loss of quality or adventure.
In this third book in the Young American Patriots series, Will has to decide where he stands in the struggle for American independence-and where he stands before God. Get A Copy. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
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By talking to him about God, a new friend helps sixteen-year-old Will make sense of the increasing hostilities between his master, a Loyalist Boston printer, and the Patriots who chafe under Britain's rule in 1767. Recently added by. eyelevelbooks, holderofthemt, salemurc, St Jerome, PaluHomeschool, CeSalt, aroberson, lbcmainlibrary.
Susan Northway Olasky (born August 30, 1954) is a senior writer for World . Will Northaway and the Price of Loyalty (2005). American writers of young adult literature. Crisis pregnancy centers. Patrick Henry College faculty.
Susan Northway Olasky (born August 30, 1954) is a senior writer for World magazine and the author of eight historical novels for children. She is also an assistant professor of public policy at Patrick Henry College. She has authored the Annie Henry and Will Northaway series of historical novels, in each case using a Revolutionary War setting.
Six years ago, Will Northaway arrived in Boston a penniless orphan. Now he's a young man, working on a farm outside Boston and living in a real home with people who care about him. Will has plenty of responsibilities to keep him busy on the farm, but he still finds himself missing the excitement and political tension in Boston. While in the city one day, Will runs into some old friends-and one of them needs his help with a dangerous mission.
With three years left in his indenture to hot-tempered printer John Mein, all sixteen-year-old Will Northaway wants is to fulfill his obligations and become a free man. But Boston in 1767 is divided over the issue of colonial rights versus loyalty to British rule, and Will finds himself caught in the middle of the bitter political struggle. Bound to a Loyalist printer, but drawn to the cause of Sam Adams and the patriots, Will feels like an outsider.
As months pass and British soldiers move into Boston, the arguments between Will's master and their patriot neighbors grow more and more heated. After learning some hard lessons about loyalty and true friendship, it becomes clear to Will that he will have to decide where he stands in this great struggle-and where he stands before God.