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The Killer Angels


It is the third summer of the war, June 1863, and Robert Lee's Confederate Army slips across the Potomac to draw out the Union Army. Lee's army is 70 ... Show synopsis

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  • My Favorite Book Sep 3, 2009
    by jimpbucher

    My all-tme favorite book. I have to keep re-ordering it because I lend it out and never get it back.

  • Great history Jul 18, 2008
    by lonestar

    A stark & insightful view of the battle for Gettysburg. I was blown away at the many different egos and the effect that they had on the outcome of this historic battle.

  • Great Historical Fiction Oct 11, 2007
    by TeacherJeff

    Any lover of historical fiction or of the Civil War will enjoy this book. It personalizes rather than politicizes the war, drawing the reader into the experience. The writing is a bit clunky in places, but overall Killer Angels is a very good read. The character of Colonel Joshua Chamberlain is an especially well-developed and dynamic character who shows the stress of the incredibly difficult situations this divisive war forced its leaders into.

  • Educational Oct 1, 2007
    by Selina

    I had to read this long mammoth size book in two week for a class. Recounting the final days of the cival war is not an up lifting tale. A realistic and unromanic tale told from both sides. This is a heavy and historically influenced book. There are alot of history lessons in these pages.

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