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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.
This is an outstanding novel. Having spent a "BUMP" or two with the Navy and the with the Army on that beautiful yet unforgiving land, made me appreciate it even more.. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Antonio LP
Historical Fiction at its best..Steven Pressfield puts you in the middle of war as if you're standing right beside them.Published 1 month ago by barbnw156
This is actually a very interesting book to read about Alexander the Great's campaigns. Uses a well thoughtout narrative to expalin the history of the campaign. Fun book to read.Published 1 month ago by Sheb
SP is a great writer. There was a scene that did not agree with my modern Christian sensibilities, no not the blood, guts and fighting, but a, you will know it when you get there,... Read morePublished 3 months ago by JJ
A history lesson that our political and military leaders should be forced to read. It proves conclusively that in some places, nothing changes except the weapons of choice.Published 4 months ago by Mike Harrison
I loved Pressfield's "Gates of Fire" it was well written, characters were fully fleshed out, the action was great but not overbearing, and thought provoking. No so here. Read morePublished 6 months ago by David Turner
Wonder why we dove into a country without much thought or study about the area and its customs. The Greeks were the first 'westerners' the rest since, the British the Russians and... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Carrie Louise Hames
Def worth a read. Some insight into the history of war in Afghanistan as well. I could not put it down once I started.Published 6 months ago by Cj365905
After reading Gates of Fire, I keep coming back to Pressfield's work. This one I hold in higher regard than Killing Rommel or the Virtues of War (a tactical narrative from... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Nick Preziosi