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Marching Through Georgia: My Walk with Sherman based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
this book is sappy as yellow pine in spring. 50 year old guy lives at home with daddy and mother. walks across georgia. horny as the live long day. i hate when people say things like, they study the civil war to find our what it means to be an ameican. what? the civil war is a great and interesting story. if the author wants to know what it means to be a southerner, he should investigate why he is still under the apron strings of mother, at fifty--and not study a military movement a century and a half ago.
I have read the book and listened to an earlier audio version of the author's walk from Atlanta to Savannah. This new CD is even better with sound quality and is read by the author, who is also a professional speaker. It'll make you laugh and cry and especially if you're interested in the Civil War or the South, past and present.