Review: THE BLACK FLOWER by Howard Bahr

Scrappy Cat reviewed The Black Flower by Howard Bahr for the U.S. Civil War Reading Challenge 2011.  Here’s an excerpt:

This was my favorite book about the US Civil War that I’ve read so far this year.  It is the story of Bushrod Carter, a Confederate soldier from Mississippi who serves in General John Bell Hood’s Army of Tennessee.  It describes the fear and friendships that occur during wartime.

Read the full review.

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