John Jakes Love and War

ISBN 13: 9780002229012

Love and War

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9780002229012: Love and War

#1 New York Times bestselling author John Jakes presents part two of the epic North and South Trilogy--the Civil War saga that inspired the classic television miniseries North and South--with over five million copies sold!

"Massive, lusty, highly readable...A graphic, fast-paced amalgam of good, evil, love, lust, war, violence, and Americana."--The Washington Post Book World
From the first shots at Fort Sumter, the Hazards and the Mains are divided against each other--and themselves. Some will experience the horrors of war on the front lines on some of the bloodiest battlefields of the Civil War. Some will give their lives for their beliefs. But all will be caught in the triumph and tragedy of a conflict that destroyed a country's innocence--and forged a nation.

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"A graphic, fast-paced amalgam of good, evil, love, lust, war, violence, and Americana".

-- Washington Post Book World

Immerse yourself in the passions of the Civil War A book of major proportions. The New York Times
[Jake s] craftsmanship nears artisty a coherent and penetrating vision of the seamy underside of war. Richmond Times-Dispatch"

"Immerse yourself in the passions of the Civil War...A book of major proportions."--The New York Times
"[Jake's] craftsmanship nears artisty...a coherent and penetrating vision of the seamy underside of war."--Richmond Times-Dispatch

-Immerse yourself in the passions of the Civil War...A book of major proportions.---The New York Times
-[Jake's] craftsmanship nears artisty...a coherent and penetrating vision of the seamy underside of war.---Richmond Times-Dispatch

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From America's master storyteller and writer of historical fiction comes the continuing saga of two families -- the Hazards and the Mains. From the first shots at Fort Sumter, both families are divided against each other -- and themselves. Some would experience the horrors of war on the front lines on some of the bloodiest battlefields of the Civil War....Some would give their lives for their beliefs....But all would be caught in the triumph and tragedy of a conflict that destroyed a country's innocence -- and forged a nation.

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