This is the best fictional account of the battle at Gettysburg I have read. It depicts the character of the officers of the Army of Virginia and the Army of the Potomac. The book delves into the personal trials, strengths and weaknesses of the officers that influenced the outcome of this key battle.
The narration is outstanding. I suggest that anyone planning a visit the Gettysburg read this book.
This reading by Thomas himself has become a Christmas classic in our house. All at once, one is transported to Wales, hearing the cats, picturing the aunts and uncles, and recalling the wonder of Christmas as experienced by a child.
With a dialog limited by four letter words and cliches, this book is a waste of time. The plot is inane, the characters are unbelievable, and I will never bother reading a book by this author again.
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