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This is truly a great book. I bought this book on a whim because I normally read science fiction books. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Rick
sort of different take on the revolution. more gritty.___presents the the men and the war in a slightly different light.__ but, all in all very good.Published 16 days ago by G. B. Wise
superb read on a closely run lucky victory, comprehensive and adds new insight. Also particularly unbiased and objective as to faults of iconic American heroes and villans like... Read morePublished 1 month ago by savvykiwi
I enjoyed the author's exploration of the varied strategies and operational approaches of both the American colonials and the British military. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michael Benner
Good historical read: a clearer understanding of the revolution era.Published 1 month ago by Larry A
Excellent book really gives you the history from start to finish. One of the best I have read on this subjectPublished 1 month ago by William Seymore
excellent and provocative a must for the seriously interestedPublished 2 months ago by david a caputo
The title describes the events leading to the colonist gaining their freedom from England. You can leave "almost" off and it's pefect.Published 3 months ago by Shauna L. Phelps