Have not read the book, but audio is excellent
Matterhorn, brave, brave young men at war. The joy, the loss, the waste
He was able to take me to the battelfield. Not as strong toward the end.
Yes, when Dakota felt he had failed. I know an officer who sent men into battle and personal he took the losses. We are so blessed to have these men represent us
well told story about a piece of history that was not well known to me. Story moved along well, new insight and well read
men have values
the shot up bomber
great to have book of history, morals and still be very enjoyable.
yes, very interesting and fun to listen to. a lot of information
True and descriptive. you know the end, but cant believe it even then
man versus nature
sound quality was not the best
The focus on problems fthat we take for granted
The hope that he could make things change
the pace of the pilgrimage,
Story too long,
yes, everything just too pat
I guess I just did not like the story or the characters. It seemed a waste of time
clear and easy to follow
It seems like a grandfather telling a story of his life and culture. The life of Crazy Horse is important, of course, but the story was much more. It was a story of who a Lakota is and why he is. I also could relate it to our current wars and how we are trying to change the cultures and lives of the Afgan people. We think for the best, but how we destroy so much in order to have the change\
Mr. Marshall was just excellent. I had tears in my eyes as the death unfolded. I could feel the grief of the parents, tribe, friends.. The loss of a great leader and the loss of a great culture
I felt like I was sitting at the foot of a wise grandfather who was telling me how to be a better man by telling me a story of a great warrior and why he was a better man
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