We follow the course of the book via Liberty Bell as she attempts to go along her journey to visit family, but then finds herself in a predicament when a robbery occurs on the train she is on. After that, she joins Secret Service Agent Antonio Ice (that's A.I. to you) in what truly is a unique adventure.
It was incredibly interesting to hear portions and snippets of our American history told in such a way. How would we continue our history if there was a complete black out of information? Would they read like pieces of a puzzle? Would we too become like Liberty Bell who studied The Americana only to learn that there was much more to what we read? I found myself asking questions like this - it is truly fascinating to think about.
I found Liberty Bell and the Last American to be a fascinating read that sincerely captivated my attention and held it page after page. I believe all readers would enjoy this unique tale, but it will especially hit for fans of history and the "what if".
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