Top Ten Tuesday: Freedom Fighters Fiction

July 4, 2017 Top Ten Tuesday 18

 

Ok… so I know I said in my weekend update that today’s Top Ten Tuesday was going to be about my Fave Cozy Mystery titles but I changed my mind 🙂 I’ll do the cozy titles next week. But today, since it’s Independence Day here in America, I want to look at some of my favorite fiction that involves fighting for freedom. Not necessarily war stories or even about soldiers, but about people who – in one capacity or another – fight to free people from oppression, slavery, and captivity.

 

There are three other books in this series but the covers are being redone to look like this one.
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Ok. I know I’ve left some out. What are your fave books about fighting for freedom?

Carrie

18 Responses to “Top Ten Tuesday: Freedom Fighters Fiction”

  1. Beckie B.

    Some really great books on your list! I loved Catherine West, Elizabeth Musser, and Tracy Groot’s novels. You have quite a few I need to add to the TBR — again! Angela Hunt’s look especially good. Thanks!

    • Carrie

      Angela’s series is an old one but really intriguing

  2. Tracey Hagwood

    Two older series I loved were Refiners Fire by Lynn Auustin and Surrender to Destiny by Marylu Tyndall (
    which is being reprinted and reissued soon)

    • Carrie

      I almost included Refiner’s Fire on this list!

  3. Sarah

    So honored to see ALL OF YOU here! I’d add “A Woman’s Place” by Lynn Austin.

  4. Patti Smith

    I haven’t heard of any of these, but I think I would really like the Heroine behind the Lines! 🙂

  5. Michelle Connell

    I haven’t heard of some of these! I will have to make a list. I love Sarah Sundin’s WWII books.

    • Carrie

      Yes! I should have included hers here too.

  6. MH

    I liked Rosslyn Elliott’s Sweeter than Birdsong. Melanie Dobson’s Beneath the Golden Veil was a good one, too. Of course, Kate Breslin’s For Such a Time is an amazing book….

    • Carrie

      Ack! I forgot about Melanie’s books. She has a couple that would be good for this list. And I love that book of Kate’s too

  7. Rissi

    I’d really like to read Sarah’s (which looks so good!) and Kate’s. The latter because I really like the era it’s set in. Also, Ronie is always a must! Lover her books. So. Much.