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Through the Fray

Through the Fray by George Alfred Henty
By: (1832-1902)

Through the Fray by George Alfred Henty is a riveting historical novel set against the backdrop of the American Civil War. The story follows the life of young Frank, a Union soldier who finds himself torn between his loyalty to his country and his desire for peace.

Henty expertly weaves together a tale of courage, friendship, and moral dilemmas as Frank navigates the dangers of war and grapples with the complexities of his own beliefs. The action-packed battle scenes are vividly described, showcasing Henty's meticulous attention to detail and historical accuracy.

The characters are well-developed and authentic, with each one adding a unique perspective to the narrative. Frank's growth and transformation throughout the story make him a relatable and likable protagonist, while the supporting cast of soldiers and civilians bring depth and richness to the story.

Overall, Through the Fray is a compelling and thought-provoking read that will appeal to fans of historical fiction and war novels. Henty's elegant prose and engaging storytelling make this book a must-read for anyone interested in exploring the human experience during times of conflict.

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Ned Sankey is a quick-tempered, strong-willed boy during the Luddite riots in Yorkshire. The happy times at the beginning of the story are soon marred by the death of his father. From there things only get worse. When things take a turn for the worst, how will he respond?


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