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 Posted: Sat May 2nd, 2009 12:43 am
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I did love Nothing But Victory, Chris. I learned so much from that book, and I've referenced it often since. It was easy to read (compared to some "stuffier" books) and also easy to understand. To anyone who hasn't read it, I'd highly recommend it.

Right now I just finished This Nation of Suffering by Drew Gilpin, and that, too, was really terrific--if you can say that about death and the grieving process.

I read Noe's Perryville long enough ago that I think I'd have to reread or skim it again, but I do have Robertson's A.P. Hill, unread as of yet. I got it in a fit of biographies awhile ago. Maybe joining the chat group will motivate me to read it!

I think I'll reread my favorite parts of Sears' Chancellorsville in honor of the anniversary, before I head into my next CW book. So many to choose from!


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