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The Rebellion Burns Bright
The Rebellion Burns Bright
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Due to a mysterious transcendent being, United States Marine Corps First Lieutenant Samuel Kim from the year 2016 is thrown back in time to the year 1775. To make matters worse, he wakes up near Bunker Hill, mere hours before the famed Battle of Bunker Hill is set to begin. Realizing the unique situation he finds himself in, the lieutenant takes the opportunity to change the fate of the battle and ensure an overwhelming American victory. Guided by his "patronizing" "God" and the American revolutionaries, Lieutenant Kim embarks on a journey to help America gain its independence and to ensure the nation uphold its "most promising" ideals from the very beginning.

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      Status: the current one
      Jul 31, 2020

      Fascinating story, its a historical fiction about the US in a parallel timeline. The author has done a lot of research and has good writing skills. Very ideological and delves into history and politics. It's fun to see the stuffy historical figures in textbook actually come to life and how their personalities become actual characters, instead of the legends that people speak of them as. Enjoyable read and educational as well. Does a great job in showing how the US came to be and in the formation of a more perfect union.

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      Status: chapter 100
      Aug 17, 2020

      Impossible, his Power Levels rate of releasing, its OVER 9000

      jk but he regualary updates

      the story is amazing and fresh and a good reading that explores the dynamics of kingdom/republic building alongside early 19 century warfare and history

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      Status: chapter 62: delaware, the first state
      Jul 21, 2020

      I like this series because the protagonist is least to say pretty amazing. He's an average dude in an extraordinary situation and responds/adapts to it competently. This is also an awe inspiring Alternate History of how America can practice the values it holds.

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      Status: chapter 1: the beginning of something...
      Feb 25, 2020

      Pretty fun novel with great character development. If you are a fan of strategic or military novels I would recommend you to give this a try due to its fun eloquent story. 

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      Status: chapter 1: the beginning of something...
      Dec 22, 2019

      A pretty fun romp through the time of the American Revolution.

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      Status: c0
      Oct 31, 2019

      WOW! I really like the theme your going for! I, myself, as an author also, see the potential for what a great book this will become! Thank you for the book and I hope that it will become very popular!

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      Status: chapter 78: the first president of...
      Aug 21, 2020
      The story has a very good concept with a man changing America's course in it's early stages, however it's execution leaves much to be desired.
      At the start the pacing is alright during the revolutionary war but there are random timeskips and gigantic info dumps that ruin the pacing of the story. It's almost as if the author wants to quickly skip over presidencies to get to another arc. Whilst there are some struggles here and there, they don't occur very often and the ability to create infinite money and obtain future technology are quite OP makes one take the novel less seriously.
      I believe one reason why the US government was able to spend more than the OTL without substantially raising taxes was due to the this deus ex machina.
      Overall an ok novel that borders on being pure wish fullfilment.

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