This is a book about what might have been. What if Joseph Smith had survived Carthage Jail and had gone on to run for President of the United States? Would he have been successful? Would the Civil War have begun in 1845, as a result? Would the slaves have been emancipated?
This style of writing is called “counterfactual history”. You will go away thinking, “Yes, it really could have happened this way”.
The author spent 15 years researching and writing this three-book series. He has given scrupulous attention to 19th-century customs, dialect, technology, politics, and literary style. This could easily be the most "believable" book ever written about Joseph Smith, if only it was true...