The heartbreaking, bitter view of the Civil War as experienced by Chris Brabson, whose brother is fighting for the "wrong" side.
- Hardback | 176 pages
- 141.73 x 201.17 x 18.54mm | 290.3g
- 01 Sep 2004
- Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company
- Harcourt Children's Books
- Boston, United States
- 1-Simul ed.
"This is one of Mr. Steele's best books, an engrossing, realistic story of a Tennessee mountain boy who, during the Civil War, comes to realize that war is terrible no matter where one's sympathies lie."--Publishers Weekly
About O. William Steele
WILLIAM O. STEELE (1917-1979) published thirty-nine books over his long career, many of them award winners. A native of Franklin, Tennessee, he set many of his historical adventures in the hills and valleys where he grew up.