James Jones brings powerful emotion and expression to his reading of the famous passage from his celebrated World War II novel in which Private Prewitt plays a version of Taps that expresses "the requiem of the common soldier".
"You get James Jones, gruff and delicate, reading the famous From Here to Eternity passage in which Prewitt plays Taps; the words are filled with an infinite sadness and an endless patience." (Boston Globe)
"Each listening experience is a delight." (Playboy)
"The pages come alive." (The New York Times, Thomas Lask)