A Strong Brotherhood in Blood Paperback – December 15, 2014
An Amazon Book with Buzz: "Sweet Sorrow" by David Nicholls
"With fully fleshed-out characters, terrific dialogue, bountiful humor, and genuinely affecting scenes, this is really the full package of a rewarding, romantic read."—Booklist Learn more
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The characters are what's most important as it seems as though we as the readers are a fly on the wall, as it were, reading as though we are watching from just behind the shoulders of our pack of friends and brothers. The author took tremendous strides to create a period piece that would as accurately reflect the issues and realities of the time as possible, and succeeded with what appears to be tremendous ease.
For those who enjoy historical fiction, war stories, the tragedy of the human condition, and also exquisite writing, A Strong Brotherhood in Blood will prove to be a splendid and important read. This book comes highly recommended, even for the price.
"A Strong Brotherhood in Blood" is very well-written. I would recommend this book to anyone who has enjoyed Gingrich's and Forstchen's "Gettysburg" and Bernard Cornwell's "Starbuck" series.
I don't know if this is true, but there are certainly a lot out there, and it almost makes one weary of it all.
I don't typically read fiction, especially historical fiction, because my expectations are often low, and even then are rarely met.
This book came recommended to me, by someone who happens to have a similar literary outlook.
I'm so glad she did.
This book is careful in preserving historical integrity while telling a great story.
Full of twists and characters so unique, it's hard to accept that this story is but a tale.
If you're looking to escape in vivid fantasy regarding the arguably most complicated times in American history, you will not be disappointed.