With tales drawn from across time and geography, from the King James Bible to Ambrose Bierce, Julius Cesar to William Shakespeare, this is a collection of stories sure to thrill a warrior's heart. These stories include not only reminiscences about the glory of battle, but thought-provoking lessons about the causes, experiences, and effects of war. Performer Bob Hennessy's deep and distinguished voice lends gravitas to the stories, which are sure to inspire both conversation and reflection. A recommended listen for those fascinated by military history.
From Julius Caesar to the King James Bible, from modern masters like Theodore Roosevelt and Stephen Crane, this thought-provoking and compelling collection captures the variety and depth of feeling inspired by war, from the devastating to the uplifting.
Would you try another book from Stephen Brennan (editor) and/or Bob Hennessy?
no, not at all
What could Stephen Brennan (editor) have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?
Have thought more of the reader than his bank account
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Bob Hennessy?
for this book...hum id say Homer Simpson....
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?
NO, This book was written in an effort for gain pocket change...not in a real effort to expand knowledge.
Any additional comments?
was written in the same manner as the WEEKLY READER. Remember those from the third grade?