This is a typical well researched paper that does a very food job of pointing out the importance of the man Bradley. I enjoyed it very much but as I listened to it I wanted the author to give me more details about the conflicts that existed between the allied Generals, ie Patton, Ike Montgmery. The author does a very nice job of taking us through Bradleys career and brings out many points that are not generally known about the man. Well written and interesting, I recommend it to young military officers and NCO's, here is a man that can be a model for excellent leadership.
This book was lively and moved along with a lot of humor and information. It was free of a "right" or "wrong" theme and moved through the phases of various cultures and religions with no biasis.
I've listened to it twice and will listen again to gain the subtle points that got past me earlier. Great book, highly recommended.
I have long had a love of the characters that roamed the west in the 1800-1850's. Blevins has wonderful detail and puts it together in an easy to read/understand manner. His interludes are great and they fill in a lot of information about the general community of Mountain Men rather that individuals. I recommend this book if you want a general overview of the times and characters.
I was wanting more definate historical fact. It would not be fair for me to rate this other than average because I am not a person wo likes the novels in series. I've read two of this series and both are the same. Good stories, interesting characters but not what I was looking for in historical data.
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