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Far more than rifles and bullets were carried into battle. There were memories. There were promises. There was love. And far more than men fell on those Pennsylvania fields. Shattered futures, forgotten innocence, and cr In the four most bloody and courageous days of our nation's history, two armies fought for two dreams. Shattered futures, forgotten innocence, and crippled beauty were also the casualties of war.

The Killer Angels is unique, sweeping, unforgettable—a dramatic re-creation of the battleground for America's destiny. Get A Copy. Mass Market Paperback , pages. Published August 12th by Ballantine Books first published More Details Original Title. The Civil War Trilogy 2. Robert E. Pulitzer Prize for Fiction Other Editions Friend Reviews.

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Killer Angels , please sign up. Will this be a difficult read for a British seventeen year old who has only recently gotten back into reading? Bob H Shouldn't. The prose is straightforward, the story moves along, the characters fairly compelling.

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They do tend to speak at length, perhaps because of …more Shouldn't. They do tend to speak at length, perhaps because of the times, but these soliloquies can be inspiring, esp. Chamberlain's speech to the deserters on the first day of battle.

Just finished this book and was curious as to what Civil War book I should read next? A truly remarkable and at times gruesome retelling of the story surrounding a notorious rebel …more I highly suggest "Andersonville" by MacKinley Kantor. A truly remarkable and at times gruesome retelling of the story surrounding a notorious rebel prison in Georgia.

Mostly real characters with stories extracted from prisoner memoirs. See all 8 questions about The Killer Angels…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. May 18, Jeffrey Keeten rated it it was amazing Shelves: american-civil-war. They fight for land, or because a king makes them, or just because they like killing. The last day of battle. You can see the famous fishhook deployment of the Union troops in blue.

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It was one of many times while reading this book that Michael Shaara crystallized some thoughts for me. I love those moments when I read something, and I know without a shadow of a doubt that another tumbler has clicked into place. With every click I have come one step closer to understanding everything.

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Most Southern Americans, as do most Americans today, had an expectation that they would be rich someday, the eternal optimists. Those poor white sharecropper farmers aspired to be slave owners. General Robert E.

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Lee on Traveller. It is all in the hands of God. But he said nothing. Lee rode away. This book is centered around the three days of the battle of Gettysburg in Pennsylvania. Lee, overall commander of the Confederate army and GOD to many, is trying to make a final thrust North to force the Union to seek terms. His men loved him unconditionally. Some would say he is a brilliant tactician, but if you walk the grounds of the battle of Gettysburg which I have not had that opportunity physically, you will discover that Lee gave his generals an impossible task.

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The battle smells of desperation. Shaara makes the case that Lee was already suffering from the heart condition that would eventually kill him.

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Lee was feeling weak and mortal at Gettysburg. He wanted the war ended now. It certainly clouded his judgement. He was a man of faith and honor. In Pennsylvania he put too much faith in God finding his cause righteous and he depending too heavily on the honor of his troops to make it to that grove of trees at the top of the hill. He had a brilliant commander in Lieutenant General James Longstreet.

Longstreet argued to slide around the enemy and to fight another day. If truth be known he disagreed with this whole thrusting North business. He wanted to build trenches and fight a defensive war. There is a whiff of Shakespearean tragedy around Longstreet. He was a brilliant man who was slow in speech and slow to move and silent-faced as stone. He had not the power to convince. He had a moment without confidence, windblown and blasted, vacant as an exploded shell. There was a grandness in Lee that shadowed him, silenced him.

He was living more in his mind than in his body. He was taller than Lee, head like a boulder, full-bearded, long-haired, always a bit sloppy, gloomy, shocked his staff by going into battle once wearing carpet slippers. He was a huge loss to the Union side.

Shaara also takes us into the minds of Union men like General John Buford who arrived at Gettysburg and realized the importance of deploying troops on the high ground against a superior Confederate force. He knew he had to hold out until reinforcements arrived. At Thoroughfare Gap he had held against Longstreet, 3, men against 25,, for six hours, sending off appeal after appeal for help which never came.

He was a school teacher by trade, a professor at Bowdoin before the war broke out. He and the Maine troops were positioned at the far left of the Federal line. Hood was a Longstreet man and firmly believed in the concept of a defensive war. Bravery is not just for Custeresque men like General Winfield Scott Hancock who inspired such loyalty from his acquaintances, even those dressed in gray, such as his best friend General Lewis Armistead. Shaara describes the true crisis of consciousness these officers were facing.

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