Birthright Novel defends Western Civilization
C.A. Davidson’s New Historical Fiction “Birthright” is a Hero’s Quest for a Key to Survival as Western Civilization Hangs in the Balance
Recent release “Birthright” from Page Publishing author C. A. Davidson engages the reader in the journey of life experienced by all families with its hurdles, heartbreak, and humor, too.
(PRWEB) Mar 15, 2017
C.A. Davidson writes of history she has seen for herself, showing the raw power of truth in a world of deceit. Join the heroic young Benjamin in his epic quest for the elusive birthright—key to the very survival of life and liberty.
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, C. A. Davidson’s “Birthright” is a memorable work that the reader will want to share with family and friends.
Orphaned by the brutal tyranny of the Soviet Empire, teenaged Benjamin Benamoz and his twin brother flee for their lives. However, Ben soon discovers that although he is now outside the Iron Curtain, he has not escaped his old enemies.
Bent on wiping out Western Culture, the powerful and ruthless Alger Rotcraft unleashes an army of deadly agents, led by a murderous pirate named Ramses, to rob children of their birthright and crush the minds and souls of Americans.
In a valiant attempt to confound this treacherous enemy, Ben takes up a desperate quest: to rescue and restore the ancient birthright to its sacred place in the chosen land.
The dark forces continue to advance, surpassing all boundaries of time and space. Finally, Ben’s hometown remains the last stronghold of resistance against utter destruction. To give up is to perish.
As hate-driven mobs invade unsuspecting homes, schools, and churches, hijacking control of children’s minds, Ben races to alert the people to their danger. Will he wake up his community in time to protect their families, save the birthright, and preserve their liberty before it’s too late?
Readers who wish to experience this unique and unforgettable work can purchase “Birthright” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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