I think I’m the only one who didn’t know about this book. Add it to the list of what eludes me. It’s good. Look up the definition of suspense and you might find this book. Even though you KNOW what is coming. Battles never end well, even for the victors. Michale Shaara wrote “The Killer Angels” many years ago, about an event that happened many, many years ago, but there is something about this book that felt so fresh and alive, which is odd because it deals with death in abundance. Gettysburg. The descriptions of battle are so damn strange. One moment civilized, almost jolly and then okay lets go walk into certain death by cannon fire. Our history is
War is folly. But yet we still love it so. Get it, read it.