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Well researched historical fiction that (from my own research) in more factual than fiction.
It is inspiring to delve into both sides of the story and be immersed in the struggles and hardships that our forefathers went through for freedom.
When George Washington led his battered Revolutionary Army to winter quarters at Valley Forge, the outcome of the Revolution was very much in doubt.
Entertaining to read and somewhat informative about history though obviously a novel but you get the idea of what went on back then and this review is beginning to ramble so I will... Read morePublished 24 days ago by Terry LC
well was surprised to see Newt Gingrich?? on a history book?Now i have to read it besides its the topic that i am very much reading the american rev.war. Read morePublished 1 month ago by mickey Dran
Very good coverage of what the soldiers went through during that bad winter. It showed very great detail of what each person Had to endure.Published 1 month ago by Michael E. Dorsey
I love this book and it's companions. Who would have guessed that Newt Gingrich could deliver such a powerful piece of literature. Read morePublished 2 months ago by PATRICIA S KENNARD
I think Newt's current three books on the American Revolution are a must read for any historical fiction reader and this particular one is a great book for understanding politics... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Disappointed buyer
The story comes alive through the eyes of Peter and some of the generals. This is an excellent book. I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys historical fictionPublished 2 months ago by dawn
To Try Men's Souls and Valley Forge should be required reading for every American Citizen. Sadly, most Americans have no clue what the men, women, and children of this time in... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Rebecca A Borgman
I haven't finished this book, but what I have read is outstanding, from every level: Private to General. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Glenn E Slowey
I don't often read a trilogy in the order 1-3-2, but had 1 and 3 and this is #2, and it's working just fine. Some good history in these with a novel flair built into it.Published 4 months ago by Eye Doc