Brave Enemies

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Published by: Algonquin Books (Paperback 2017)
Brave Enemies at Amazon

Published by: Algonquin Books (eBook 2007)
Brave Enemies at Amazon (eBook)

Published by: Algonquin Books (Hardcover 2003)
Brave Enemies at Amazon


Praise for Brave Enemies:

Robert Morgan's lyric mountain language is equal to the epic sweep of history, to the grandeur of the land itself.

— Lee Smith
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With tremendous narrative pace, a meticulous eye for colorful detail, and a tight grasp of historical setting and military action, poet and novelist Morgan delivers a rousing and affecting tale of the American Revolution. [A] gripping story of love and desperation.

— Publishers Weekly (starred)
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Morgan provides the finest fictional recreation of the horrific war in the Southern theatre of the War for Independence that have ever read. His version of the Battle of Cowpens is a tour do force.

— Joseph J. Ellis, author of Founding Brothers: The Revolutionary Generation
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One of the rarest of Robert Morgan's gifts is his ability to embody the minds and voices of strong women. In <em>Brave Enemies</em>, he brings us Josie Summers, a young woman of rich feeling who is forced to assume male identity. Her character is Morgan's richest yet, and her story is steadily compelling.

— Reynolds Price
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Gripping storytelling, indelible sense of time and place... Morgan turns the stories of prosaic lives into page-turners.

— The Raleigh News and Observer
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