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Noble Cause (2000)

by Jessica James(Favorite Author)
4.08 of 5 Votes: 2
review 1: Epic. That is how this book feels. Though it is a relatively short time period that it takes place in, the book feels like an epic, odyssey and romance. It is breathtaking. Truly. As I was reading it I could only compare it to Gone With The Wind. I was glad to see, later, after reading reviews, many other people had the same comparison. I thought at first it would be a typical girl falls for one brother, and later falls for the other brother, all made conflicted by the North/South factor. No. This book was so much more than that. It is a deep, well written, conflicted account of real people and how the war changed their lives. The slow building relationship between the Hunter and Andrea is a beautiful experience that incorporates their entire personalities, loyalties, deep... more sense of integrity on both sides, and their love for Hunter's brother who Andrea,had once cared for. And all the while their chemistry feels like it jumps out grabs you. The writing is perfect. The action and war is so realistic in parts it will break your heart as does the grief and turmoil that has filled Andrea's life. This read is a true experience.
review 2: This book was very good. The action sequences were well written, engaging and easy to understand the battle scenes. The personal plot line was also interesting. It was very easy to find yourself absorbed and wanting to read more. My only complaint was about the female main character's over-the-top bad attitude. To some extent it was beleivable, but in other places I found the author overused it. All in all a very good read, I would likely find more books by this author to read in the future. less
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It is one of my favorite books. I recommend it to everyone.
awesome emotions and look at the civil war
Enjoyable historical US Civil War novel.
DNF...no review
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