• The Voice, the Revolution and the Key

  • The Epic Order of the Seven, Book 5
  • By: Jenny L. Cote
  • Narrated by: Denny Brownlee
  • Length: 25 hrs and 23 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (17 ratings)

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One voice rallied a nation to Independence with seven little words: "Give me liberty, or give me death!"

The Order of the Seven animal team must help birth one nation under God by entering the lives of a unique generation of children chosen to become the Founding Fathers of the United States of America. Picking up where The Roman, the Twelve, and the King left off, with the 1743 London premiere of Handel's Messiah, the Order of the Seven animal team must split up for their next mission: the birth of a new nation. 

Team leader Gillamon tells them, "Each of us will be witness to a unique point in history because of a unique generation of world leaders. Most of them are just children now, or have not yet even been born. Take note of how important one generation of children can be. Marvel at each child and the power they have to change the history of the world for the good of all."

Liz is given the assignment of helping Patrick Henry become the Voice of the Revolution, setting the entire war in motion. If Max can't protect George Washington in the French and Indian War, the patriots will lose the Sword of the Revolution to lead them. Nigel must ensure that Benjamin Franklin's kite-flying efforts succeed to turn the key to unlock American Independence, and Al must gather intelligence right under the nose of King George III. Victory will be impossible without powerful ally France joining the fight, led by its patriotic son, the Marquis de Lafayette. But will Kate be able to protect the young Marquis? 

The fight for liberty will be costly, with an Enemy determined to give the patriots the other outcome - death. Covering the events from 1743 up through the eve of the Revolution in March 1775, this is the first book in the five-book epic Revolutionary saga by award-winning author Jenny L. Cote. See the build-up of events that led to the War for Independence. Before they were Founding Fathers, they were Founding Children.

©2017 Jenny L. Cote (P)2020 Jenny L. Cote

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A Revolutionary masterpiece!

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Fantastic writing
Overall 5 stars! Great for historical fiction fans. You don't need to have read the other books in the series to get hooked on this one.

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What a fantastic book!

We love this audio book! So much history is told in such a fun way. It had us laughing and crying. Well done Jenny L. Cote! Denny Brownlee did a fantastic job with all of the voices! We're hoping there will be another audio book soon. You won't regret getting this one.

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A daring adventure in HIStory, mixed with epic characters, historical facts, and a book for the ages

Question: What do you get when you mix Jenny’s writing knowledge and Denny’s accent?
Answer: The Voice, the Revolution, and the Key on audible.

This audio book is the story for the ages, what is better then sitting in traffic listening to “The Voice, the Revolution, and the Key”. Just hearing the childhood of are founding fathers and the life of the forgotten founding father Patrick Henry, can being anyone determined to help bring our country to the status it was founded on. With the help of Denny Brownlee, it brings the story to a whole different way for all readers whether you are continuing reading the series or brand new to it. Wish I could put 7 stars, but 5 will do.

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C'est Magnifique!

The Voice has been brilliantly brought to life. The Revolution has begun. Let freedom ring.