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ISBN: 0739304453 / ISBN-13: 9780739304457

Gods and Generals


This is the interweaving story of four men. On the Union side, Joshua Chamberlain and Winfield Scott Hancock both became heroes at Gettysburg. For ... Show synopsis

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  • Gods and Generals (Random House Audio Publishing Group) – Audiobook cassette (2002)
    by Jeff Shaara, Stephen Lang (Read by)

    Gods and Generals
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    Audiobook cassette, Random House Audio Publishing Group

    ISBN: 0739304453
    ISBN-13: 9780739304457

    "BRILLIANT DOES NOT EVEN BEGIN TO DESCRIBE THE SHAARA GIFT. THANK GODS AND GENERALS THAT IT WAS PASSED FROM FATHER TO SON." --Atlanta Journal & Constitution "LIVELY, FAST-PACED . . . A worthy companion to The Killer Angels . . . Shaara brilliantly charts the war, the exploits of the combatants and their motivations. He also concisely shows how the early parts of the campaign unfolded. His accounts of the battles of Williamsburg, Antietam, Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville are exciting. . . . Though the story of the Civil ... Show more

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Overall customer rating: 4.500


by NAVUROPR on Jan 21, 2010

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

by philosophian on Oct 18, 2007

Great book that must be read by all American history lovers. It describes the live of a great general ,teacher and a holy man, He's general Thomas Jonathan Jackson, the champion of the battle of Chancellorsville who lead the confederate army over the Potomac and won a great victory. The book is very good and it is non-comparative to the movie recommend this book to all historiographer and to young learners.

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