The Disagreement - Nick Taylor Reviews
Description:ISBN 1416550658 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Nick Taylor / Edition: 1st Simon & Schuster Hardcover Ed / Hardcover / 368 Pages / Book is published 2008-12-01 by Simon & Schuster
Newest Review: ... can be when you're on the losing side in a war. He is quickly thrust into service as a doctor, even before he has finished ... more
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by - written on 13/04/09 (Very useful, 89 readings)
I don't know a huge amount about the American Civil War, other than that the South seems to have come out of it with the best accents and the better music. In contrast, they do appear to have the worst of the weather, when you consider hurricanes in Florida and the events in New Orleans a few years ago. Given that neither accents nor the weather tend to play a huge part in a novel, "The Disagreement" was going to be something different from anything I know. John Alan Muro is a young boy when Virginia secedes from the Union and soon becomes embroiled in Civil War. Having scorned young John Alan's decision to become a doctor before the war his ... Read the complete review
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