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Chancellorsville (The Civil War Battle Series #4)

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The fourth book in the Civil War Battle Series, Chancellorsville brings the war in Virginia to early 1863 to the wooded wilderness of the Rappahannock and a confrontation between the two armies near a roadside inn.
Hardcover, 368 pages
Published October 20th 2000 by Cumberland House Publishing (first published October 1st 2000)
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Jason
Jun 03, 2014 Jason rated it did not like it
SOME SPOILERS

This one broke the camel's back. I enjoyed the first three alright, I am a huge civil war buff, but the failings of the series got to be too much. I know that ninety percent of civil war fiction is from the southern point of view, but this became extreme! Every single northerner is awful. no redeeming qualities at all. Plus we finally get a loyal southerner on the form of the erstwhile bookish and ridiculed Nathan, a character that I thought gave the series greatness (for including
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Linda Munro
Jun 22, 2011 Linda Munro rated it really liked it
The fourth in a series of ten books. This book looks into the life of the imaginary Southern Brennon family, and the rolls of the Brennon men in the Confederate army. This series gives a great look at the Civil War, had occurred, what could have or should have happened and all from a southern point of view. For those readers who enjoy historical novels; this is an essential series. For those readers interested in the Civil War, it is also an essential series. Always remember, far too often ...more
Eric
Dec 10, 2015 Eric rated it did not like it
I am still listening at about the half way point of this clunker, but once I finish penning this will move on to something (almost anything) else. Characters and their dialog seem very wooden. Perhaps day-to-day Civil War life was like this - but I detected an awful lot of 20th century thinking in penning. And I just experienced this jarring transition from Louisiana to Virginia that makes me wonder at the author's motivation. I don't think I'll be back to this series without serious coaxing.
Josh
Nov 07, 2012 Josh rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: fiction, historical
As with the prior 3 books, this one was good. Focusing on multiple members of the family - however it seemed like Reasoner cut away too long from Cory's story. It picks up again in the 5th book right away however.
Nick
Nov 15, 2012 Nick rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This installment of the Civil War series has been most enjoyable. New characters have been introduced of which the subtly intelligent Pie Jones was my favorite. All family members were included in significant parts of the book.
William Pontarelli
Jul 29, 2012 William Pontarelli rated it it was amazing
Good start to learn more about the battle and Civil War. Enough detail to create drama and respect for the courage of the combatants.
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