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That being said, while the story itself takes the reader to many locations in the Civil War time period, it doesn’t make us present for every important event. Instead it gives the reader a look at important events of the average person with historical terms and facts weaved into the story. I learned a lot about the Civil War that I have never thought of being important. [The author] was able to do this by having twins [as characters] who each took a different side of the Civil War issues so we, the readers, got to see more “real life” in the in that time period.
This book was not all heroes running around, which I know because I personally read a lot of those types of book as long as they are historically based. While in this book the twin brothers deal with life while trying to hold on to their values, desires, as well as the family and women they love. Even in the worst of times, real people still want to have families.
I found myself asking, why not just leave the war and hide out till it’s over. I learned honor and real life doesn’t always allow that.
If you love historical fiction with characters you can relate to, and that the author has checked and double-checked facts (knowing Jan probably checked many more times than that), this is the book for you.
Looking forward to her next set of books which about nurses in the civil war.