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Awful, terrible tale,extremely well told. The characters were alive. The scenes were vivid. It was hard to read because of the sadness and inhuman truth.Published 25 days ago by R. Bennett
This Pulitzer Prize winner, revisited after fifty years, proves that good literature remains just that -- good literature -- and time and changing social values and culture won't... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sue B. Detisch
A must read for any Civil War and American History buff. Andersonville (Camp Sumter) was a policy disaster on the Union's part, and one of gross mismanagement, ignorance and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Diana Clark
My husband read it years ago - it was as good as he remembered.Published 2 months ago by Ann Langley Richmond
The book is a 5 star book. But, I'm a 2 star reader. I can't seem to understand it. I've put it down a couple times. Read morePublished 2 months ago by bt
A superbly rendered imagining of one of the most horrific aspects to the Civil War.Published 2 months ago by Cheryl A. Hamilton