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I had a hard time getting into this book. The profanity was jarring and stilted, not at all how people really talk. Frankly, the book came off as strictly workshop material. But after about 50 pages, I found myself immersed in the style. What had been stilted became lyrical and engaging. Authors go entire lifetimes without matching the poetry of couplets such as those of Mr. Rand Corporation. I can only wish I had thought of 41145 42820.
I wanted to add my review since so many reviews seem to be from first-time parents. I have an older edition so I can't speak to the latest material presented, although I will be getting this version soon.
I am on my third son in five years. I'm exhausted and seem to be in a constant "new mom fog." This book has been such a great help in the middle of the night -- or day! It's easy to reference and has calm, clear advice. It's great to look in and say, "Oh, this is NORMAL!" and to also know when things aren't so normal.
Dr. Brown practices here in my town and she was actually the first physician to examine my first son, since I saw another doctor in her practice. She is very much like her writing -- straightforward, smart, and knows her stuff.
Every new and not-so-new parent needs this book!
Ree has written a book that makes you enjoy fixing the good family receipes, She writes about life on the ranch, family, friends, working cattle , and dogs. Very enjoyable just to read as well as easy to follow instructions and great pictures! You feel like you're in her kitchen visiting and cooking.
Many novels have been written about the great Battle of Gettysburg. Gettysburg was the true turning point of the Civil War. Although the Civil War raged on for two more years after Gettysburg, after the Union Victory in that battle the outcome of the war was never again in serious doubt. Ralph Peters is a splendid and knowledgeable writer and this shines through in this perceptive and accurate novelization of the great battle. Ralph Peters does not need help from anyone to write a novel, but this one was plainly very greatly influenced by Michael Shaara's "The Killer Angels" as even Peters acknowledges in his afterwords. That having been said, in this novel Peters brings his own insights into this novel and they and this novel are very much worth reading.
Perhaps the strongest and best aspect of this novel is the way that it succeeds in bringing General George Meade to life. History records that Meade was the victor of Gettysburg, and yet he has often gotten short shrift by historians and popular writers. In reality, as Peters depicts in this book, Meade essentially pulled off a miracle of command at Gettysburg. Meade was given command of the Army of the Potomac only days before the great battle, and was so caught unawares by the promotion that when messengers were sent to notify him he assumed that he was about to be notified of his court martial. But prepared or not, General Meade quickly took control of the Army, devised a strategy, forced the Union Army to fight as a unified whole, and won a great victory. President Lincoln was furious that Meade did not pursue Lee after Pickett's charge and end the war, but Peters explains why this criticism is not valid.
"Cain at Gettsburg" offers new insights into what is probably one of the one or two most important battles in American history. Highly recommended. RJB.