Warrior’s Song is the first novel by Thomas M. Hill. An avid student of philosophy, history, politics, and social science, he blends all of these subjects together in a thought-provoking and satirical inquiry into the roots of modern American identity.
Mr. Hill is a native of Arlington, VA, and grew up in the shadow of the Washington political machine. He fell in love with political philosophy upon picking up a copy of Plato's Republic at a bookstore one day. The rest is history. He went on to formal study in political philosophy, ancient Greek, and government at the University of Virginia.
He has travelled extensively throughout the country and considers the Rocky Mountains among his favorite destinations. When he is neither working nor writing, he prefers to be in the outdoors with Shiloh, his three-year-old Border Collie/Heeler. Mr. Hill is currently working on the rest of the Parker Shaw series.
Twenty-year-old Parker Shaw, a direct descendant of Civil War Colonel Robert Gould Shaw, must determine what he will do with the rest of his life. As he approaches college graduation, his senses are keenly tuned in to the prevailing current--something that leaves a bad taste in his mouth. Ultimately, he has to learn to use all of his senses to navigate his life successfully