If something goes wrong in there, Dad, if something happens to me, when you tell my story years from now, please, tell them the one about how I lost my way, and then I found it again, just in time to save the world. And just end it there. That will keep everyone smiling.
1812. With a new century comes new conflicts. As the Napoleonic Wars rage on in Europe, tensions in North America begin to rise until President James Madison declares war against Britain and its colonies to the north. Meanwhile the Shawnee chief Tecumseh and his brother Tenskwatawa continue on their tireless campaign in the Old Northwest to unite as many nations as they can in Tecumseh’s Confederacy.
Ratonhnhaké:ton, mentor of the reformed American Brotherhood, is now older and much wiser. As a veteran of the American Revolution and Little Turtle’s War, he knows what it means to go to war as well as the consequences that come with it. Despite this, he finds himself pulled into the fight alongside people like Tecumseh, Isaac Brock, and Laura Secord. As the war in Canada reaches a tipping point, Ratonhnhaké:ton must once again protect his people, the assassins, and now his own family. The fight for freedom continues.
“King George had already stopped our crossing once in Bordeaux,
threatening to seize my newly purchased ship, La Victoire, and arrest
me. But I was born stubborn and such a warning could not dissuade me. So
we rode for Spain and bought passage aboard a ship there. George’s
spies had followed us every step of the way. Disguise was the only
remaining option… mon dieu.”
“No man can doubt your commitment and you are invaluable to the cause.
You did what you needed to do. I am certain I would have done the same.“