The Freedom Factor
What would America be like today without the Constitution?
Bryce Sherwood, a young senatorial aide whose star is rising, is a key player in an attempt to pass an amendment that would eliminate the checks and balances built into the Constitution. When Nathaniel Gorham, one of the original Founding Fathers, appears to him, he is transported into a world where the Constitution was never ratified.
In this strange world of oppression and fear, Bryce begins to learn the true value of the Constitution and the price of freedom. But will he be able to pay that price? Or will it cost him the love of Leslie Adams and her politically powerful family?Fans of Gerald Lund everywhere will enjoy The Freedom Factor, a gripping novel of courage and love that goes to the heart of the political strategem and maneuvers of present-day Washington, D.C.
- SKU: 5092217
- SKU: 2859869
By Daniel, Submitted on 2015-02-25
As a legislative aide for a Congressman in Washington, DC, I found this book to be especially meaningful. It is well written, with great character development, and enough love and action to encompass a wide range of readers. More important however, is the burning sense of patriotism and duty to this great nation that the book instills. This book has re-invigorated my strong belief in the importance of service to this country, and given me an added perspectiveof the work that I am doing. I would like to thank Brother Lund for writing a book that is passionate in so many ways. If you love your freedoms, read this book!!!
By Cassandra, Submitted on 2015-02-25
A friend loves Lund's books and she gave this to me to read. I tried the first couple of pages and took it back telling her that "I just couldn't get into it". She handed it right back and said "you gotta read this!" I am glad she did! I read it and had my teenage daughter read it, it makes you really think about what you are doing, especially at the time of year when we are voting!
By Katie, Submitted on 2015-02-25
I borrowed this book from my MIL because she thought I would enjoy it, and I did. Really interesting read and a great story.