Although Cornwell is known for his fiction writing, he shines in this latest endeavor in historical writing. He is one of the best writers that I know in describing men in battle. He uses this skill to great effect when describing the visceral combat between the combatants.
Cabasson brings this brutal campaign from the pages of history into the reader’s mind. He captures the sights and sounds of an army at war. The battle descriptions are vivid and visceral. The book is a spellbinding look at murder in the Napoleonic Age.
William Dietrich has blessed us with another book in his series about fictional character Nathan Gage. Since the initial book … More
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