I have read a great many books on the alamo, some really good, some not worth the paper they were writen on.
Alan C. Huffines has created a vivid picture of those thirteen desperate days by weaving together the accounts of actual eyewitnesses.
I highly recommend this great book to all who love history as a true and colorful story of adventure and courage.
This book is an amazing Alamo masterpiece. With Allan Huffines text and Gary Zaboly's art, the siege and fall of the Alamo comes alive. I highly recommend it.Published 7 months ago by Stephen Lentz
This is a "pure" revisionist history of the Alamo and much of it is speculation, subjection and fiction. Read morePublished 15 months ago by wonder boy
Very thorough day-to-day account, from both Texian and Mexican army accounts, of the siege. Great detail and drawings. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Patrick McCarthy
I would give the book 5 stars. It provides exactly what is advertised. A day to day look at the 13 day siege. Fills in many gaps of other books on the subject. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Mike Skawin
I have read a great many books on the alamo, some really good, some not worth the paper they were writen on. this book was botht informative and interesting. Read morePublished on October 1, 2012 by daniel c.
The book arrived in very short time and was packaged very well, especially considering the weather at the time if year. I got a great book at a very good price. Read morePublished on April 24, 2012 by History Buff
The "Blood of Noble Men" is a day by day account of the Alamo's 13 days told through the sources. Read morePublished on September 26, 2002
Knowing Alan Huffines personally, I can testify to his devotion to the topic. The Alamo is surrounded with myths, controversy and contradiction, and Alan takes each one head on. Read morePublished on July 18, 2002 by Peter Stines
Blood of Noble Men: The Alamo Seige and Battle is a fantastic book that doesn't really give you the authors point of view of the seige and battle of the Alamo, but rather, it's... Read morePublished on March 6, 2002 by O. Rios