Inspiring, interesting, fascinating
Chester's use of his heritage, the Sing, to deal with the trauma of war
It was amazing to see how these men grew despite difficulties at the Indian Schools then used that strength to benefit others
Like all of the Narnian tales C.S.Lewis wrote this to help his step children understand the challenges and glory of the Christian faith pilgrimage at a time when their mother was battling cancer. Whether it is read for fun or faith it is worth reading more than once in a lifetime. Lynn Redgrave does a particularily good job as narrator.
A sharp snapshot of a man who interrupted critical events to Americans and the world.
This author obviously has a bone to pick with God and he has selected a historical setting with ties to the church to vent his complaints. Boring, Boring, Boring!
A complex tale with several story lines funneling into the USAs first assault on the African coast in WWII. It makes personal the stories of individuals drawn together by that epic. It also displays the struggles and lessons learned in that first successful but clumsy event. The egotistical Patton is compared to the self sacrifice of so many others...Americans, Africans, Brits and Frenchmen.
Light and entertaining...with multiple strands to the plot, this story has good characterizations and plenty of interest.
A new and unique point of view
Grant as viewed by a neighbor and foot soldier
New to me
Heart warming view of Grant who has often today been underestimated
Great to hear Grant given full value for his contributions to our nation's destiny
The writers experiences are relevant and applicable for a Christian seeking to actually follow Jesus of Nazereth in 21st century America
The author herself
Her surprise that God's beautiful world of nature is still there to inspire if one looks hard enough
It is great to know others are on the same pilgrimage
Interesting, fun, thoughtful
Brother Cadfael who keeps his broad prospect inspite of confining surroundings and violent circumstances
Sane, practical, do able
Rational and unemotional guidelines for America's dream
Not yet but I will
Gratitude that there is still someone who cares more about American success than elections
Hope Mr Clinton hang in there we need more like him in today's chaotic world
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