A People In Arms

Marie Jakober

A People In Arms begins where the popular novel “Sadinista” left off. It continues the story of the people’s rebellion that rocked Nicaragua in the months and days leading to the victorious Sadanista revolution of July 1979. Told through the eyes and lives of a cast of characters drawn from all of Nicaragua’s social classes, “A People In Arms” is an exciting and powerful story of war, revolution, and a people rising to write their own history.

status Copy #1 (6204): in
genre Literature and Fiction ยป Historical Fiction
publisher New Star Books
publish date 1987
popularity checked out 1 time(s)


  • By Tuck Tucker -

    This is the sequel to Sandinista. It takes the story of the Nicaraguan revolution to the end of the Somoza dictatorship and the entry of the revolutionaries into Managua.

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