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The Rappahannock Line continues the story of Irish immigrant Daniel Ryan who serves in Robert E. Lee's Confederate Army of Northern Virginia. As the year 1862 draws to its close, the powerful Union army gathers its strength on the Rappahannock River in Virginia to renew its advance on the Confederate capital. Lee's army confronts it there bringing on a further bloody collision.
Ryan and his comrades endure the Winter that follows the brutal battle of Fredericksburg, as the Confederate army suffers critical supply shortages, while, across the river, the enemy, under a new commander, reorganises, and strengthens itself again for the Spring resumption of campaigning, which will test the skills of General Lee and the courage and resolve of his outnumbered soldiers as never before.
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Not worth the listen
Nothing of interest in the plot. No depth to characters. No excitement. Not up to even the mediocre of U.S. Civil War fiction.
The narration is just plain awful. A droning monotone in a British accent. Not even close to the Southern/Georgia warmth it attempts to portray. Consequently the dialog is often British accented with consistent mis-pronunciation of familiar southern dialect.