In the sequel to his father's "The Killer Angels", Jeff Shaara tells the story of the American Civil War, from the aftermath of Gettysburg to the final surrender of Robert E. Lee and the army of Northern Virginia at Appomattox Court House.In the sequel to his father's "The Killer Angels", Jeff Shaara tells the story of the American Civil War, from the aftermath of Gettysburg to the final surrender of Robert E. Lee and the army of Northern Virginia at Appomattox Court House.Read Less
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Last Full Measure was a well written conclusion to the Michael and Jeff Shaara Civil War Trilogy. He could almost write a book on the reconstruction of the south with the way the book ended.
Apr 7, 2011
A compelling read that holds the reader to a fast track to the end; a must for Civil War buffs and anyone with interest in the war between the states.
Jan 21, 2010
PART OF A TRILOGY
I bought the series after reading two books by the same author on the Revolutionary War.
All were great! Truly historical novels that provide a very interesting insight into the history of the USA.
Great product - Great price
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