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Great read. Strong story, good character development and solid plot - all placed seamlessly and full of detail into historical context. Excellent narration is the cherry on top. A great way to obtain a riveting first-person account (albeit fictionalized) of the Civil War. This is the first Starbuck book that've I've read, and I definitely plan to pick up the other three.
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The last of the Starbuck Chronicles lives up to all my expectations. This is Cornwell at his best; the story is gripping, bloody and full of action. Cornwell continues to develop the Starbuck character as he builds on previous volumes; we say goodbye to some characters (unexpectedly) and hello to others.
My only criticism of this series is that it ends here. Cornwell dropped this series in favor of the lucrative “Sharpe” series. The chronicle is unfinished and from Starbucks point of view there remains some unfinished business. We can only hope that Cornwell someday returns to complete the series.
Ed Sala provided a very good performance that certainly matched the narration of previous volumes.
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Loved it easy to listen to great story I I I I will e try another
Would you consider the audio edition of The Bloody Ground: Battle of Antietam, 1862 to be better than the print version?
I consider this audio version of The Bloody Ground: Battle of Antietam 1862 to be better than the printed version as the narrator brings the character's to life, reading in a measured way that hold's the listener's attention.
Who was your favorite character and why?
My favorite character is Starbuck but he is run close by the reformed Colonel Swynyard who proves a most effective leader and Belvedere Delaney who shows an unusual caring nature when tending to wounded men during the final battle.
Which scene did you most enjoy?
I most enjoyed Starbuck's revenge on Captain Dennison and Sergeant Case following the failed attempt to kill Starbuck. They certainly got their just deserts!
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
This is a book I have enjoyed on an evening when walking my Beagle. Listening outside, particularly in the countryside, brings the book even more to life for me.
Any additional comments?
This book is part of a great series which I have enjoyed and look forward to listening to more of Starbuck's adventures.