Why Have You Come to Our Land? (Americana Series Book 5) by Steve Stroble

Why Have You Come to Our Land? (Americana Series Book 5)
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Why Have You Come to Our Land? (Americana Series Book 5)

Before she becomes a slave to the Romans who have invaded her land, Celtic maiden Ladica has a vision of a fiery bird that inspires her to write a song about the invaders, “Why Have You Come to Our Land?”

Somehow, the song survives through the centuries, passed down from generation to generation.

Millennia later, the song helps America and Israel to defend against new invaders intent on destroying them.

Why Have You Come To Our Land? is Book 5 in the Americana Series, which takes a look at America during different phases of its history. Each book in the series can be read as a stand alone.

  • Book 1 in the series in “Bakersfield”
  • Book 2 in the series is “ME.”
  • Book 3 in the series is “1838.”
  • Book 4 in the series is “1966.”
  • Book 5 in the series is “Why Have You Come to Our Land?”

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1966 (Americana Series Book 4) by Steve Stroble

1966: Short read Two hours or more (65-100 pages) (Americana Series Book 4)
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1966: Short read Two hours or more (65-100 pages) (Americana Series Book 4)

1966 proves to be the “make it or pack up and go home” year for The Aspirations. They are four high school students whose favorite extracurricular activity is playing the Top 40 hits of the day at parties and dances and getting paid to do what they love. Their leader Frank has the highest hopes. The other three — Sy, Chris, and Ralph — chafe under Frank’s demands.

Will they rise above the other more mediocre garage bands and hit success?

And why is a federal agent after Rex?

1966 is Book 4 in the Americana Series, which takes a look at America during different phases of its history. Each book in the series can be read as a stand alone.

  • Book 1 in the series in “Bakersfield”
  • Book 2 in the series is “ME.”
  • Book 3 in the series is “1838.”
  • Book 4 in the series is “1966.”
  • Book 5 in the series is “Why Have You Come to Our Land?”

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1838 (Americana Series Book 3) by Steve Stroble

1838: Short read two hours or more (Americana Series Book 3)
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1838: Short read two hours or more (Americana Series Book 3)

1838 proves to be the turning point in Dan “Beaverman” McDaniel’s life. At first, he thinks he is always a day late when he misses fighting in The Battle of the Alamo. But tragedy then makes him think life’s burdens have been dumped on him at too early of an age to endure them.

He seeks comfort by retreating to the wilderness and life as a mountain man.

1838 is Book 3 in the Americana Series, which takes a look at America during different phases of its history. Each book in the series can be read as a stand alone.

  • Book 1 in the series in “Bakersfield”
  • Book 2 in the series is “ME.”
  • Book 3 in the series is “1838.”
  • Book 4 in the series is “1966.”
  • Book 5 in the series is “Why Have You Come to Our Land?”

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Me (Americana Series Book 2) by Steve Stroble

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Me: Short read two hours or more (Americana Series Book 2)

It’s been said, “If you can remember the 60s, you weren’t there.”

The saying “If you can remember the 70s, you were there” is even more true.

On the eve of 1970, four former bandmates of the rock group The Aspirations have their lives changed forever by the war in Vietnam and draft lottery. All of that is only a prelude to what they will encounter during the turbulent decade when the Me Generation seemed to say: “Ask not what you can do for anyone else. Ask what they can do for you.”

Me is Book 2 in the Americana Series, which takes a look at America during different phases of its history. Each book in the series can be read as a stand alone.

  • Book 1 in the series in “Bakersfield”
  • Book 2 in the series is “ME.”
  • Book 3 in the series is “1838.”
  • Book 4 in the series is “1966.”
  • Book 5 in the series is “Why Have You Come to Our Land?”

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Bakersfield (Americana Series Book 1) by Steve Stroble

Bakersfield: Short read Two hours or more (65-100 pages) (Americana Series Book 1)
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Bakersfield: Short read Two hours or more (65-100 pages) (Americana Series Book 1)

Wayne Sundowner’s life unravels after his mother abandons him at the police station and only his Grandma Cathy agrees to take custody of him. Stuck in Bakersfield, Wayne learns details of his past that enrage him even more.

An acquaintance, Rex Lafyte, tries to mentor Wayne by offering him work and a lot of advice. But Rex has problems of his own, including trying to help his dying mother and as a result, owing a lot of money to unseemly characters.

And why is a federal agent after Rex?

Bakersfield is Book 1 in the Americana Series, which takes a look at America during different phases of its history. Each book in the series can be read as a stand alone.

  • Book 1 in the series in “Bakersfield”
  • Book 2 in the series is “ME.”
  • Book 3 in the series is “1838.”
  • Book 4 in the series is “1966.”
  • Book 5 in the series is “Why Have You Come to Our Land?”

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