Top positive review
Not the normal storylines I am use to reading by Mr. Vaughan, as his westerns were somewhat more entertaining. Maybe because being a Southerner and the fact all the bad guys were Rebels. Nevertheless, there were some captivating experiences throughout this novel and the basis for outcome really wasn't all that disheartening. There were some moments of glory in both directions, so I have already purchased the second book of Faraday's ongoing adventurous escapades, and anxiously awaiting the next ongoing excursions of this new found Hero!
Reviewed in the United States on March 1, 2019
I am hung up on Mr. Vaughan's outstanding western adventures and actually anticipated this to be another of his descriptive western folklore. Anyway, I awarded the story four stars based on the in-depth descriptiveness of probably somewhat believable stories of the war between the States. The characters were definitely befitting of their assigned roles and the storylines, in some I stances were a little drawn out.
I guess, at heart I am definitely a dedicated reader of western gunfighters, and these fights were perfect for their settings just wasn't what my first perception was looking for. The story is definitely worth reading, especially if you enjoy espionage. I definitely recommend the book to those of you seeking special stories of this war, as there are some pretty awesome tales that are definitely representative of several important leaders of that era! As previously stated I bought the other book in the series and looking forward to see what it has to offer!