Reply: Jimmy Carter
Jimmy Carter is, so far as common individuals and U.S. Presidents alike go, a prolific author. Over the many years, he’s written a pile of non-fiction books about his childhood, life within the White Home, the position of Christian religion in his private and political life, philanthropic efforts, world peace, getting older, and household life.
Along with a mountain of finest promoting non-fiction books on the aforementioned issues, nevertheless, President Carter has one other distinction: he’s the primary U.S. President to have written a piece of revealed fiction. In 2003, Carter launched a novel, The Hornet’s Nest: A Novel of the Revolutionary Struggle, centered on the lifetime of Ethan Pratt, his household and pals, native partisans, and militiamen in northern Georgia. The novel was nicely obtained on the time of publication and stays nicely regarded, with critics praising its character improvement, consideration to the position of the area within the Revolutionary Struggle, and historic accuracy.
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