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Sherman The Ruthless Victor (The Generals Series)
By Agostino von Hassell & Ed Breslin
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 12/14 Lex wrote: Sherman: The Ruthless Victor is a very interesting book, although it reads more like an attempt to set the record straight than a true biography, or leadership text. I don't think the authors, Agostino von Hassell and Ed Breslin, are really much to blame for Sherman being a less passionate and inspiring ... Poor Series Choice?
On 12/13 JNCL wrote: Sherman: The Ruthless Victor by Agostino von Hasell and Ed Breslin When I finished reading my last book through Thomas Nelson's Booksneeze program, I decided I would choose another in their series of short biographies on American generals. I enjoyed the first of them I'd read, so this seemed a ... Review of "Sherman: The Ruthless Victor"
On 12/10 Shannon wrote: General Sherman can only be described in one word: RUTHLESS. The man was the Union's most powerful preserver. His story of growing in power is interesting as he is the reason for the union's strength in early America. This well written and informative book describes how he led a richly powerful life ... Book Review: SHERMAN (by Agostino Von Hassell and Ed Breslin):
On 12/10 Cyndi Beane Henry wrote: Sherman - The Ruthless VictorbyAgostino Von Hassell and Ed Breslincopyright 2011 Agostibo Von Hassell & Ed BreslinThomas Nelson, Inc.ISBN 978-1-59555-133-7This book was a difficult read for me. At my age, I prefer books that are uplifting and inspiring.I found nothing uplifting or inspiring in the ... Sherman - The Ruthless Victor by Agostino Von Hassell and Ed Breslin
On 12/8 Erica Nicholas wrote: I read this book because I am a huge history fan. This book is at a high school reading level but I'd say that the history information is probably something you would learn at a college level class. Unfortunatley I didn't enjoy this book. It seemed a bit biased to me, and a lot of it seemed to bounce ... Good Read for the History Buff
On 12/6 Kasey wrote: If you have a Civil War buff in need of a gift this book is fabulous! It's biographical, however Sherman is such an interesting subject the book is anything but boring. It is also written at what I would consider a High School reading level but dives into College level history. So you ... Book Review: Sherman
On 12/3 Greg Williams wrote: Sherman: The Ruthless Victor by Agostino Von Hassell and Ed Breslin is a recent addition to Thomas Nelson's The Generals series. Unlike the Von Hassell and Breslin biography of George Patton which I have previously reviewed, the Sherman biography is quick to draw attention to Sherman's faults. At no ... Worth a Read
On 11/23 Noah Hutchison wrote: Sherman was always a character that I wanted to know more about. The Generals series at Thomas Nelson proved to give me some insight into this historic figures life. However, it also proved to be rather disappointing as I read through it. The high points of the book were that it showcased the very ... Decent, but not that intriguing
On 11/17 kratzy wrote: Book review: Sherman - a ruthless victor by A. von Hassell and E. Breslin Since I am history buff and have read books about the Civil War long before the Ken Burns series came to PBS, I selected this book about Sherman. I should start off with the disclaimer that I approach each book open minded and ... Nice little book about one of the more complex Civil War characters
On 11/9 SS wrote: This is a complete look at the man known as ruthless and heartless. Sherman is best known for his destruction of Atlanta during the Civil War, wanting to end the war, regardless of the cost and devastation to the innocent women and children left behind. Having lost his first son the year before, he marched ... REVIEW - Sherman The Ruthless Victor, by Hassell and Breslin