Samuel Moses Cardiff had a plan. He would graduate from the Teachers College in Albany, secure himself a position as a school master and ask his long-time girlfriend to marry him. He had a plan and just one thing stood in his way, the Civil War.
Samuel graduated college the summer Fort Sumter was fired upon and he returned home in time to be enlisted into the 42nd New York Infantry Regiment. His life was put on hold.
Like many of the young men, like Samuel thought the war would be a grand adventure. For him, it turned into a nightmare.
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Great Western Setting with an Interesting Plot
I really liked the main Character Moses. He is one of these guys that you love to hate, but really respect his morals and his faithfulness to the law.
No, but I would listen to another, he is very good.
The narration was very good, he really gets the western genre. The book is full of heartache in the old west. These people led hard lives and I think the author portrays that very well.
Narrator took it down a notch