Review: A SEPARATE COUNTRY by Robert Hicks

Lit and Life reviewed A Separate Country by Robert Hicks for the U.S. Civil War Reading Challenge 2011.  Here’s an excerpt:

Hood was bitter and conflicted about what he had done in his years in the army and deeply disappointed with the legacy that he had left. He spent much of the rest of his life writing a book attempting to set the record straight. On his death bed, however, he tells Griffin that he wants that book destroyed and a more recent accounting of his life published. This is the story of his life with Anna Marie Hennen, a New Orleans beauty who was inexplicably drawn to the shattered man, who gave birth to his eleven children and who introduced him to people who could only have lived in New Orleans.

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Review: A SEPARATE COUNTRY by Robert Hicks

Silly Little Mischief reviewed A Separate Country by Robert Hicks for the U.S. Civil War Reading Challenge 2011.  Here’s an excerpt:

Told in alternating voice, Anna Marie, Hood and Eli, a man affected by Hood’s actions on the battlefield. The story goes back through Anna Marie’s childhood and her friends. It was interesting to see how Anna Marie’s past affects their future. I liked how the story weaved through time.

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