Must thee Fight
As the British army comes closer to Philadelphia during the American Revolution, Thomas, a Quaker, grapples with the conflict between his faith and the duty that now seems to be of the utmost necessity. When he and his two best friends join the Edgmont militia, they all promise to take care of one another, no matter what happens. but war is nothing at all as any of them imagined and when terrible tragedy strikes, Thomas finds himself having to re-confront his deepest beliefs and worst fears. Some readers have said they found the book unsuitable for younger readers.