This was my first autobiography to read about the life of Custer and it was well worth the time spent reading it.
The author is well versed and prepared when writing his books, being careful not to make assumptions or "tell it his way" like other authors have done in the past.
This book is a perfect fit for anyone who is interested in Custer but doesn't want to read 3 or 4 different books on the man.
Finally, a comprehensive narrative that is insightful, complete and unbiased in the presentation of a remarkable life story.Published 3 days ago by B. SMITH
Great book, well done. Highly recommend and I wish more people would read of the forebearers in the great country and learn their history.Published 5 months ago by Martha Thompson
Does a great job on a tough topic. This is about a General & the peter principle in the civil war .Published 12 months ago by Hermies Hermits
The book was in near perfect condition, much better than I expected. It arrived promptlyand at a great price. Couldn't ask for anything more.Published 13 months ago by stuart schlotterbeck
For the Custer person this was a very good book and well written and good for my collection! Will look for more books of this nature in the future! Read morePublished 20 months ago by susan landrith
I have read most of Jeffry Wert's novels and this one does not disappoint. Written with heart and gusto, Custer is a page turner. Read morePublished on November 3, 2011 by Skippy
This is a great book, plenty of info on custer. It came in the condition it was promised I would but from them again!!Published on September 26, 2010 by lynn
Enjoyed this book on Custer because it told much of his Civil War battles. Seems most history books only tell of the indian battles.Published on April 19, 2009 by James Franklin