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Question: Today’s is the US’ Independence Day. Share your favorite book with a war in it, or an overthrow of the government.
I'm choosing a book with a war in it. Generally in paranormal books, I can get disappointed in the lack of real fight after a large build-up of conflict. However, in The Percy Jackson series, I was pleasantly surprised by the last book in the series, The Last Olympian, and how truly epic the war was. There are small battles in each of the books in the series leading up to a wonderful Titan war in the final installment that takes all allies since the threat is so large. If you read and loved Harry Potter, but haven't given this one a try yet, I would really recommend it.