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The novel is well portrayed and the characters are not fully developed which means that this is not the first and last part of the novel one could hope for a trilogy after analyzing the plot for a while and also the characters are left in an undeveloped condition so that Jeff Shaara could work on them in the later parts of the novel and can present them in fully matured and well developed form towards the final chapter.
The book can be read with other books of the writer that possess the details of the civil war, revolutionary war and of course the world war so one thing is clear that Jeff possess the habit of writing about wars and their after effects and no doubt the writer has attained a good position in the literary circle in this aspect of literature where human beings rise and falls are described after the end of each war.
The novel has heroic tone and tragic elements at its various sections which are narrated well by the master narrator Paul Michael who can be considered as the best among the rest when it comes to the depiction of the war scenes and human miseries as a result of these wars. There are different accents even for different characters that bring more flavor in the story as we can guess about characters with the change in accent and pitch.
Gods and Generals, A Blaze of Glory are also by the same author and almost have the same theme, the scenario is also shows a bit resemblance however of the motives of the characters are different.