Washington Times Review of Imperfect Union

The ghastliness of Gettysburg, the culminating battle of the Civil War, has been reduced to the ultimate horror of a 19-year-old soldier dying in a “puddle of his own blood” in this stark and wrenching war book.
In the course of more than 300 harrowing pages Chuck Raasch writes this nonfiction account of those who fought and died and those who wrote about the conflict.

Read more of Muriel Dobbin’s review in the Washington Times.

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