Guns of the Lion (Faith and Freedom #2)

Guns of the Lion (Faith and Freedom #2) Douglas Bond s sequel to Guns of Thunder in which Gavin Crookshank has his first taste of battle at sea, when the HMS Lion engages in mortal struggle with the French allies of Bonnie Prince Charlie A pawn in the hands of two opposing armies, Gavin attempts to act with integrity in a chaos of loyalties during the bloody Jacobite rebellion He soon finds himself an unwilling conscript of King George II s military service It is the story of a maturing faith emerging out of conflicted loyalties in battles, within and without, wherein Gavin is forced to kill or be killed in bloody conflict during the Jacobite Rebellion of 1745 in Scotland.Uncertain who is friend and who is foe, Gavin learns courage and duty and how to rely on God alone who makes wars to cease to the ends of the earth. Free Read Guns of the Lion (Faith and Freedom #2) by Douglas Bond For Kindle ePUB or eBook – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Paperback
  • 260 pages
  • Guns of the Lion (Faith and Freedom #2)
  • Douglas Bond
  • English
  • 11 February 2018
  • 159638106X

10 thoughts on “Guns of the Lion (Faith and Freedom #2)

  1. says:

    My son 6th grade read all 3 books in this trilogy in 3 1 2 days This is his review of this title which was originally posted on ChristianShelfEsteem.wordpress.com.Guns of the Lion, the second book in the Faith and Freedom series, was excellent Gavin Crookshank, Ian McKethe s cousin, is in a really, REALLY BIG WAR I like how Gavin tries to do the right thing, follows the bible, and helps save lives while trying to figure out w...

  2. says:

    It was very good Though, so far I have enjoyed the crown and covenant series much .

  3. says:

    We have read and enjoyed all three books in Douglas Bond s Crown and Covenant Trilogy, Duncan s War, King s Arrow, and Rebel s Keep, about the M Kethe family in Scotland during the days when the English kings were trying to stamp out the Scottish Covenanters, ending in some of the M Kethes emigrating to the new world Book One, Guns of Thunder, in the sequel series Faith and Freedom Trilogy, deals with the involvement of Ian M Kethe, who lives at Wallop, CT, in the French and Indian War Boo We have read and enjoyed all three books in Douglas Bond s Crown and Covenant Trilogy, Duncan s War, King s Arrow, and Rebel s Keep, about the M Kethe family in Scotland during the days when the English kings were trying to stamp out the Scottish Covenanters, ending in some of the M Kethes emigrating to the new world Book One, Guns of Thunder, in the sequel series Faith and Freedom Trilogy, deals with the involvement of Ian M Kethe, who lives at Wallop, CT, in the French and Indian War Book Two, Guns of the Lion, returns the attention to simultaneous events in Scotland Ian is canoeing with his Native American friend Wa...

  4. says:

    Ian M Kethe s life long dream of going to college is finally coming to pass Before he leaves, his grandfather gives him a letter from a relative in Scotland Gavin Crookshank, a loyal covenanter, is captured by dragoons while tending his sheep and conscripted into King George s navy After distinguishing himself as an excellent marksman, Gavin is sent back to his beloved Scotland but as a spy for the king Tor...

  5. says:

    This book captures the conflict of the main character perfectly The book is written in such a way that you feel the characters feelings You cringe when he when he gets in a hard situation, you feel happy when he feels happy, etc The love story in this book is very refreshing It was not the love story of today s books, it was not flashy, it was not worldly It was a pure relationship And I find that really refreshing The morals in this book are also really refreshing This book could be r This book captures the conflict of the main ...

  6. says:

    Better than Guns of Thunder This is the first person narrative of Ian M Kethe s distant cousin Gavin Crookshank Gavin, from the Scottish Lowlands, is conscripted into the British army just before the return of Bonnie Pri...

  7. says:

    This was rather disappointing Rather than continuing the story in Guns of Thunder, Guns of the Lion jumps back to Scotland, where a conflicted MC goes through awkward situations and falls in love with a beautiful girl he doesn t know The ending is abrup...

  8. says:

    Loved this book and I can t wait for the series to be completed Douglas Bond excels at this style of first person adventure Realistic, humorous, and well paced, this is the story of a young Scottish man, conscripted into the British army, forced into the war of the J...

  9. says:

    Excellent family reading Douglas Bond does a great job of continuing the story of the Covenanters who came from Scotland in his Crown and Covenant trilogy.

  10. says:

    This is a good boy s book, told via a long letter to a cousin I enjoyed it I learned some history regarding Bonnie Prince Charles s war.

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