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“Pressfield has done it again. The Afghan Campaign is yet another gripping historical novel . . . Although set in ancient times, Pressfield’s narration of the Macedonians’ efforts reveals remarkable parallels to later efforts by the Romans, British, Soviets, and Americans . . . an intense, fun, and thought-provoking read. It belongs on your shelf.”
—T. X. Hammes, Marine Corps Gazette
“Pressfield's scholarly skills are part and parcel of his impressive talent for re-creating the visceral, scalp-carving, lance-in-back horror of ancient battle.”
“Fasinating . . . As Patrick O'Brien's prose seemed to encapsulate the feel of the Napoleonic-era warship, Pressfield's crisp and eloquent style reconstitutes the ancient battlefield.”
steven pressfield is the author of the historical novels Gates of Fire, The Virtues of War, Tides of War, and Last of the Amazons. He lives in Los Angeles.
An inventive telling of Alexander's campaign, through the eyes of a young soldier, but the narrative seemed forced and often unrealistic. Read morePublished 10 days ago by M Sullivan
My impression of the Afghan campaign is that this is the perfect mix between fiction and nonfiction. This book is a well-planned informative piece of literature. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Tonya Armstrong-Mathis
I read "Gates of Fire", which I thoroughly enjoyed, so I picked this book as my next Steven Pressfield novel. Read morePublished 2 months ago by KBell
Great writer a must if you are into historic war novels. I have most of Steven Pressfield's books and he is a fantastic writer!Published 2 months ago by Chelsie
This book and Gates of Fire by the same author are both phenomenalPublished 3 months ago by jakacoro
As a veteran of a far more recent campaign in Afghanistan there was much that was familiar. descriptions of the landscape- the beating sun, the choking alkali clay dust and even... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Steve Bowers
Of all the Pressfield novels this probably ranks as my favorite. It has a far more personal feel than the others.Published 4 months ago by Joshua E Cuthbert