Battle narratives are always tricky to write. What is important? What is secondary? What purpose does the narrative perform? Will the reader be able to follow the action? Is the narrative fair? Balance is important.
As promised, this small book took about one hour to read. It gave the basics at the right pace. Only one thing jarred me, and it is not the author's fault. The colonists viewed themselves as British subjects. I know the report says, "Notify your men, the British are coming." It seems so unlikely. Instead, "Notify your men the Redcoats are coming" makes more sense as the British troops wore red coats.
I like the tale and its telling. I recommend it.