Newton, MA -- Nov 18, 2012 / (http://www.myprgenie.com) -- Book Club Reading List today announced that A New Birth of Freedom: The Visitor has joined its growing list of titles from which book clubs can schedule the author to attend their meetings. Every quarter, Book Club Reading List disseminates a newsletter to book clubs around the United States introducing them to authors that have joined their program. A New Birth of Freedom: The Visitor offers book clubs a time-travel, alternate-history, and science fiction trilogy involving the Battle of Gettysburg and Abraham Lincoln.
Mr. Pielke has made himself available in-person (when possible) to attend book club gatherings and discuss his novel, A New Birth of Freedom: The Visitor. To learn more about his book or learn how to arrange a time with Mr. Pielke, please visit his book's page on Book Club Reading List -- bookclubreading.com/a-new-birth-of-freedom-the-visitor/.
About A New Birth of Freedom: The Visitor
It has taken centuries to recognize that all humans possess certain unalienable rights. There will come a time when we have to consider whether others deserve those rights as well. That time will come on July 3rd 1863.
When a stranger carrying a shiny, metallic valise steps aboard a train carrying Abraham Lincoln home from a two-year stint in Congress, everyone stares, wondering about the stranger's odd clothing and strange footware with the word Nike emblazoned on them. When the strange man shows up in Lincoln's office at the White House 14 years later, still wearing the same clothes, carrying the same valise and looking not a day older, the president and his staff know something is odd. But when Edwin Blair opens his valise and projects a 3D image of the Earth on Lincoln's wall, then proceeds to tell a fanciful tale about time-traveling aliens preparing to land at Gettysburg on July 3rd, they are sure they've met a lunatic. Unfortunately for them, they're wrong.
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