I liked this book; it is well written and is a good narrative history.
His knowledge of the events following Yorktown is passed to the reader in an amazingly coherent, complete, and readable story.
What this book does better than many that come before it, is to show what was happening on both sides of the oceans.
Jack M. Bilson Jr.
A great book – buy it – borrow it – and read it. As the book details, after the Revolution we were called the United States of America. Read more
This book does not tell a seldom told tale-it tells a NEVER told tale. All other books of America's creation skip over the period after Yorktown and go straight to the period... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Tony Marquise Jr.
This book contains information that should have been told years ago, had it not been for a toxic type of nationalism.Published 13 months ago by Golden Falcons LLC
As usual with Fleming, it's an excellent book and very easy to read. I wasn't too sure at first but it sunk in.Published 17 months ago by Craig
Backroom deals, political wrangling, hissy fits, money laundering, courage, charisma, and action-packed drama. Read more
Having never cared much about this period in history, I did not know what to expect. This was well written with much behind the scene focus. Worthy of your time.Published on April 3, 2013 by AL
This is a well written book about one of the most under rated periods of history. It is easy to fall under the influence of "inevitability", when in fact, American independence and... Read morePublished on March 27, 2013 by Lectito