It was April, dark and cold. Not only the weather but the people too. A war was soon going to break out between Sam and Father, and a war for independence. This year was a hardship for everyone.
Sam arrives home from being in the war. He is excited to tell his family about everything. As soon as it is dinner time, Sam and Father begin to have a disagreement. Father was a Loyalist, and Sam was a Patriot. The two of them began to argue at the dinner table with everyone around them.
Do not raise your voice at me young man!
Although their was a war in town, no one was was outside marching or drilling, it was just like every other normal day. The battles were at Bunker Hill. In every newspaper you could find, their would be something about the war, Although, it took quite a time for things to spark up.
After Sam had gotten into the argument with Father, he goes to Tom Warrups just to cool off for a bit. It turns out that he has stayed longer than expected. But it is a good thing that Tim knows where he is. Tim is very excited to go see Sam because this might be the once chance in a long time that they get to see each other.
Oh hey, Tim!
Up to this time, the war hadn't been very active. The stories from Connecticut Journal had made it this way. Before this battle, their was another battle called the Battle of Lexington. This battle took place in Lexington and Concord.
A little while into the book, Sam gets killed by General Putman. This is because he thinks that Sam is guilty when he is not. I think that he should of took into consideration that Sam has been in the war for three years and that he has been loyal to everyone,