Foot's conclusion of the Civil War is good, but the weakest of the three volumes. He does well to lay out of the facts at the end of the war, but this volume reads more like a textbook than the story that his other two volumes were building on. The end is particularly rushed. If you have listened to the other volumes, then this is a natural continuation, but if you have not, there are many better sources to learn about the end of the war than this book.
Artist in Northern Kentucky. Loves listening to books. My likes are history, mystery and some , and mostly writers of the twentieth century
Anyone that wants to learn about the Civil War can't miss with Mr. Foote's rendition. His research and dedication is obvious.
it is hard to believe someone can write such a long book (2300 pages total) and yet so interesting.
strongly recomended for history lovers
If you like to read about the Civil War, this is a must. Its very long, 3 volumes, however it is well worth your time, if you have it.
The absolute ultimate Civil War read and reference source. I was mesmerized.
i was so dissapointed in the narritive. so many names and places that we,re pronounced wrong.just showed how the narroter didn't know his history