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by Michael Sanders
Are all of these happenings mere coincidences? Strange Tales of the Civil War provides readers with such . I didn't like this book. It seemed interesting when I read the back of the book, but all the stories in a chapter are pretty much the same
Are all of these happenings mere coincidences? Strange Tales of the Civil War provides readers with such omens, predictions, dreams, and other inexplainable events of the Civil Wa. . It seemed interesting when I read the back of the book, but all the stories in a chapter are pretty much the same. In chapter 5 (or was it 6?) every soldier has a dream that he's going to die, and then they do. Boring! The theme of this book is prophecy. Apparently, strange signs are really important if you want to survive. After all, you don't want to end up like the many, many, many, many people who went through the exact same thing.
This book is a collection of strange stories from the American Civil War. Everything is included here from omens that . Everything is included here from omens that predicted the war, through strange wounds, coincidences, dreams, and on to Lincoln Lore. Overall, I found this to be a fun and interesting book. If you are looking for some nice light reading on the Civil War, something really out of the ordinary, then this book is for you!
The best Civil War novel ever writte. There are strange accents and strange religions and many who do not speak English at all. Nothing like this army has been seen upon the planet.
The best Civil War novel ever writte. he descriptions of combat are incomparable; they convey not just the sights but the noise and smell of battle. And the characterizations are simply superb. Published in the United States by Ballantine Books, an imprint of The Random House Publishing Group, a division of Random House, In. New York.
Tales of Soldiers and Civilians is a collection of short stories by American Civil War soldier, wit, and writer Ambrose Bierce, also published under the title In the Midst of Life.
i have to read a book on the civil war time. Strange Tales of the Civil War" and "More Strange Tales of the Civil War" both by Michael Sanders. can be on any part of the war like lincolns assasination,major battle feilds, or JWB. im looking for a book of any length, but a good one! best book given is guarenteed best answer! :) Follow. My Brother's Keeper: Union and Confederate Soldiers' Acts of Mercy During the Civil War" by Daniel N. Rolph. Anything by either Webb Garrison or Bruce Catton. If it's fiction you want, then try. "The Killer Angels" by Michael Shaara.
A few interesting anecdotes and tidbits and stories from the civil war (primarily the battles of Gettysburg, Wilderness, Cold Harbor, and Antietam). Some interesting stories/tales I haven't heard or read before, but nothing super amazing or 'must know' facts. A quick easy read (nothing in the way of great writing, but simple straight forward, easy to read) fun book. BenKline, April 21, 2016.
A book full of strange anomalies and "obscure stories" yet I didn't feel compelled to read the whole book. I thought she'd be pleased with Tim's move "up" to writing a book of curious but true tales of this area in Civil War times. It was entertaining and some things were provocative, but having read a lot of history about the Civil War, I knew much of the context.
Civil War" is a 2006–2007 Marvel Comics crossover storyline consisting of a seven-issue limited series of the same name written by Mark Millar and penciled by Steve McNiven.
Civil War" is a 2006–2007 Marvel Comics crossover storyline consisting of a seven-issue limited series of the same name written by Mark Millar and penciled by Steve McNiven, and various other tie-in books published by Marvel at the time. The storyline builds upon the events that developed in previous Marvel storylines, particularly "Avengers Disassembled", "House of M", and "Decimation". The tagline for the series is, "Whose Side Are You On?".
In Chapter 7 of Mysterious Tales, Snow takes us to a small island in Boston Harbor called George’s Island, and . Snow is eager to tell us about a famous escape that occurred from the island during the Civil War, when Fort Warren was being used to house Confederate prisoners.
In Chapter 7 of Mysterious Tales, Snow takes us to a small island in Boston Harbor called George’s Island, and the forbidding military facility there called Fort Warren. The way Snow describes it, Fort Warren is sort of the Alcatraz of the East Coast: a forbidding island of lost souls surrounded by swift-moving currents so daunting that most prisoners that end up there simply give up their dreams of escape.
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