The Damned of Petersburg

A Novel by Ralph Peters

  • Published: Aug 04, 2020

New York Times bestselling author Ralph Peters returns with the fourth installment in his Boyd Award-winning, Battle Hymn series on the Civil War, The Damned of Petersburg. Glory turned grim, and warfare changed forever. From the butchery of The Crater,... read more

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Details of The Damned of Petersburg

Exact title of the book
The Damned of Petersburg
Book author
Ralph Peters
ISBN
9780765374080
Book series
The Battle Hymn Cycle
Publisher
Tor/Forge
Published
Jul 30, 2019
Language
English
Format
PDF, FB2, EPUB, MOBI
Pages
544
File size (in PDF)
4896 kB

Some brief overview of book

New York Times bestselling author Ralph Peters returns with the fourth installment in his Boyd Award-winning, Battle Hymn series on the Civil War, The Damned of Petersburg. Glory turned grim, and warfare changed forever. From the butchery of The Crater, where stunning success collapsed into a massacre, through near-constant battles fought by heat-stricken soldiers, to the crucial election of 1864, The Damned of Petersburg resurrects the American Civil Wars hard reality, as plumes and sabers gave way to miles of trenches.

Amid the slaughter of those fateful months, fabled leadersGrant and Lee, Winfield Scott Hancock and A. P. Hillturned to rising heroes, Confederates "Little Billy" Mahone and Wade Hampton, last of the cavaliers, or Union warriors such as tragedy-stricken Francis Channing Barlow and the fearless Nelson Miles, a general at twenty-four.

Nor does Ralph Peters forget the men in the ranks, the common soldiers who paid the price for the blunders of leaders whod never know their names. In desperate battles, now forgotten, such as Deep Bottom, Globe Tavern and Reams Station, soldiers on both sides, pushed to the last human limits, fought on as their superiors struggled to master a terrible new age of warfare.

About author

PETERS is an award-winning, bestselling novelist; a retired U. S. Army officer and former enlisted man; the author of numerous works on strategy; and a popular media commentator.

In uniform and as a researcher and journalist, he has covered numerous conflicts and trouble spots, from Africa to the Caucasus, from Iraq to Pakistan. Renowned for accuracy and authenticity, his Civil War writing, under his own name and as Owen Parry, has won numerous prizes, including the American Library Associations Boyd Award (three times), the Hammett Prize, the Herodotus Award, the Grady McWhiney Award, and the Meade Societys Order of Merit. In 2015, he received the Andrew J.

Goodpaster Prize as an outstanding American soldier-scholar. His Civil War series, the Battle Hymn Cycle, spans five books Cain at Gettysburg, Hell or Richmond, Valley of the Shadow, The Damned of Petersburg, and Judgment at Appomattox.

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