The Revolutionary Paul Revere

If you want to know more about the Revolutionary Paul Revere, this biography is a ride into one of America’s greatest moments. Check it out!

 

Author

Joel J. Miller is the writer and editor with over than fifteen years of practice in the publishing business, including as a vice president and publisher for Thomas Nelson, a signature of HarperCollins. Currently the leading content officer for Michael Hyatt & Co., he has several works that include The Revolutionary Paul Revere.

His work has featured in The American Spectator, Reason, Real Clear Religion and some other.

He has blogs that discuss spirituality and faith at his website, joeljmiller.com.

He and his family reside in Nashville, Tennessee.

The Revolutionary Paul Revere Book Cover The Revolutionary Paul Revere
Joel J. Miller
Biography
Thomas Nelson
April 6, 2010
kindle, paperback
320


The work describes the story of Paul Revere, a novice in his father’s silversmith workshop, spouse, father of sixteen kids, veteran, businessperson and war chief.

Miller details with rich writing Paul’s economic strain, the grieving father when burying his child and the courageous activist fighting, using his abilities, for something he believed was the greatest cause.

 

This work is a biography, but it is also an American history book, giving some insight view on the important events related to the Revolution like Boston Massacre, the Tea Party, the Battle of Lexington and Concord, etc.

Joel J. Miller did a brilliant investigation job, and he had all the ingredients needed to produce a boring text, but, instead, he converted his research in a very pleasant reading experience.

The Revolutionary Paul Revere is a highly inspirational registration from which we learn a lot about commitment, hard work, and willingness to serve your community.

I am not that extremely into Biographies, but unquestionably this book is an outstanding reading option and also an education opportunity for all history enthusiasts or anybody craving for more knowledge on the Revolutionary War.

Joel J. Miller wrote this biography of Paul Revere in 2010. It was printed by Thomas Nelson also in 2010, and they were so kind to send us a copy for an uncompromised review through the BookSneeze.com Book Review Bloggers Program.
This book is suitable for adults, teenagers, and mature kids.


2 thoughts on “The Revolutionary Paul Revere

  • 2016-09-02 at 2:02 am
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    I’ve been meaning to read up on the infamous Paul Revere for a long time. I remember hearing his name in in my history classes in high school. I actually really like reading biographies so I’m sure I will enjoy reading Joel J. Miller’s publication. I find these topics very interesting on the Revolutionary War along with the Tea Party, and the Boston Massacre. Thanks for offering your recommendation on this book review. I look forward to reading his biography. What did you take away from this wonderful book? I look forward to your response.

    -Jonathan

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    • 2016-09-06 at 1:31 pm
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      Hello, Jonathan,

      What I liked the most about this book was discovering more deeply the connections between all the events and characters of the Revolution period.

      Thanks for sharing your opinion.

      Cheers!

      Reply

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