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The Roar of Battle: A Civil War Novel by Brusaw, Ted (2014)

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  • Sunbury Press, Inc. (1900)
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  • By Ruth Ann Peck on March 14, 2014

    This excellent story deserves print that is easier to read! I read the book before publication, and know Brusaw's good research and writing. I ordered a copy the day it came out, but was very disappointed that I had to use a magnifying glass to read the print. Perfect cover! Excellent story.Ruth Ann Peck, Wright Writers chair, Host of TV show "The Writer's Nook."

  • By Violetta Eisenstein on May 3, 2014

    "THE ROAR OF BATTLE" BY TED BRUSAWTHIS IS A MUST READ.I WAS PLEASANTLY SURPRISED. I WAS EXPECTING A HISTORICAL NOVEL AND WE ALL KNOW THE OUTCOME, BUT HIS CHARACTERS WERE ALL LIKE OUR NEXT DOOR NEIGHBORS. EACH WAS UNIQUE IN HOW THEY LIVED AND HOW THEY SURVIVED THE WAR.

  • By maltagirl on February 12, 2014

    The book is well-written. The author has a flair for engaging us in the lives of the characters starting with their lives before the war and following them closely through their war-time experiences. We learn how the war affected them and changed them forever. Readers will learn historical facts about the civil war as well, but the focus is on the people living through this time. I would recommend this book to anyone because it truly brings history to life. As you read, you will not want to put this book down as you become intimately involved in the lives of the characters and the events of during this time in history.

  • By jesseturner on March 8, 2014

    An overall interesting view of the Civil War from the prospective of men on both sides. The experiences of Robley,the Southern journalist,kept my interest as he reported on the battles and on the end at Appomattox. Because the book covers the whole war, the characters go through personal and military difficulties over four years.

  • By P. Howard on March 18, 2014

    Just finished reading this great book - captivating, interesting, factual, in every detail. The characters become real. The tragedies of battle overwhelming. The honesty of battle life just jump off the page. A must-read for all civil war enthusiasts!

  • By Carl E Lewis on February 9, 2014

    Good info for civil war buffs. The riverboat battles were as intense as the more well known land battles. The language fits the times and the war time characters.

  • By Danielle on February 6, 2014

    The bad language in the preview is enough to make me decide that I do not want to buy this for my kids.


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