Author(s): Stephen W. Sears
Genre: History
eAudio - unabridged
Audio (23.08 hours)
Product Number: Z00737
Released: Mar 28, 2011
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781449885557
Narrator/s: Ed Sala
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Best-selling author and acclaimed Civil War expert Stephen W. Sears, hailed by The New York Times Book Review as "arguably the preeminent living historian of the war's eastern theater," crafts what will stand the test of time as the definitive history of the greatest battle ever fought on American soil. Drawing on years of research, Sears focuses on the big picture, capturing the entire essence of the momentous three-day struggle while offering fresh insights that will surprise even the best-versed Civil War buffs.


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Author(s): Stephen W. Sears
Narrator(s): Ed Sala
Genre: History
Product Number C2325
Released: Jul 22, 2003
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781402561764
Author(s): Stephen W. Sears
Genre: History
Product Number EB00031027
Released: Nov 03, 2004
Business Term: Purchase
Publisher: Mariner Books
ISBN: #9780547526843

Professional reviews

"Stephen Sears, who has several other Civil War books to his credit, retells the story of Gettysburg, the largest battle of the war. His story not only encompasses the events of those fateful three days but also the entire campaign from the end of the Chancellorsville campaign to Lee's escape back across the Potomac. His analysis gives context to the battle, and it's refreshing to realize that the Yankees truly had something to do with the Confederate defeated. Sala's folksy voice is winsome. Slow and deliberate in delivery, he adroitly uses inflection and pauses to give an engaging performance. M.T.F. (c) AudioFile 2004, Portland, Maine"