I'm new to audio books but this has held my attention in a way like no other. Marshall's insight to the man who was Crazy Horse painted a picture unlike any other I have read on this American Legend.
This was the absolute best work on the life of Crazy Horse. I've read them all. This is the best! Migwetch, Joseph Marshall III for this great gift to us all! I am not Lakota. I am Anishinaabe. I truly appreciate your telling us the real story of the man.
I enjoyed getting an Indian perspective, and one that is about as close to a first hand account as one could get today, Marshall did an outstanding job in details and coloring in with knowledge parts of Indian life and how crazy horse would have developed, he has done the world a service by codifying Indian life with all the political tribal struggles,
I'm retired....I love to walk, bike and "read" interesting stories.... I love discussing literature...
This was an excellent story of a noble man. It also tells about the struggle of the Native American people to keep their way of life. This book was very worthwhile.
I started this book wanting to know what Crazy Horse was like and by the end of the book I feel like I have been shown more about the Lakota and their culture than I could have ever dreamed. The author is so insightful and so honest about everything including the shortcomings of Crazy Horse. The author's desire to paint the picture of Crazy Horse the human being helps the reader understand so much more about the Lakota people. I recommend this to everyone! I'm bless to have read this. Thank you.
Yes, just like a good movie, you watch it again to see the things you missed because your so engrossed in it.
He narrated it perfectly, made you feel as if your there
No, but I plan to.
Was a great audible book, perfectly narrated, excellent story, well written. Couldn't wait to listen again
This book was excellent in every way. The story, accuracy of history and the performance by the author were all executed with excellence.
Additionally, the perspective and wisdom that Marshall shares is almost as profound as the stories themselves.
I didn't want this book to end. It will stay with me forever.