From Publishers Weekly
Copyright 1996 Reed Business Information, Inc.
"An epic and accurate retelling of one of our country's most tragic periods."--Baltimore Sun
written like a novel..Full of great historical information...I can't wait to re read it..Published 4 days ago by thomas doody
Great narrative of the on West and the many conflicts that shaped it. Worth the read for those that thirst for the Wild West.Published 4 days ago by Ron Stories:::
Ambrose has delivered a rendering of two of America's most famous but least known warriors. Most know of the battle of the Little Bighorn by few know the details of the men. Read morePublished 7 days ago by RicTaylorhard
Loved to find out how they both came to meet that fateful day in June. Also, a lot of information on how the Indians fought.Published 10 days ago by Orville Voight
Thought the author did a great job of contrasting the 2 leaders and clearly Custer was too into himself whereas Crazy Horse shunned the limelight and he was by far the better... Read morePublished 11 days ago by David B.
Well written as we came to expect from Mr. Ambrose. Interesting juxtaposition of these two historical figures.Published 14 days ago by w oberlin
In addition to providing the reader with an in depth understanding and comparison of of the lives to Custer and Crazy Horse, this book also gave a historical view to the... Read morePublished 18 days ago by Stephen C.
I have read five books on the battle (and walked the battlefield twice), and this is the best and most insightful book of them all.Published 22 days ago by Raymond Waugh