Published May 27, 2003
by Plume .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||768|
The Sands of Pride tells a story both vast and intimate. Civil War buffs will be stunned by the stirring events depicted here. All readers will be fascinated by its colorful, passionate characters and swept along by its page-turning momentum.4/5(1). A sprawling, epic novel, THE SANDS OF PRIDE details the lives and exploits of several dozen characters--both Rebel and Yankee--during the conflict in /5(5). "The Sands of Pride" begins a two-part saga which brings America's most tragic conflict to life at Fort Fisher, a fortress on North Carolina's windswept coastline. From Secession to Gettysburg, acclaimed author Trotter paints a vivid portrait of the bloodstained battlefields, intimate boudoirs, and ordinary people swept into the hurricane of war.5/5(1). THE SANDS OF PRIDE: A Novel of the Civil War William Trotter, Author. Carroll & Graf $28 (p) ISBN Buy this book By the author of the notable nonfiction.
The Sands of Pride:A Novel of the Civil War.[The first three years of the Civil War around Wilmington,North Carolina]. Trotter, William R. Published by Carroll & Graf (). THE SANDS OF PRIDE A NOVEL OF THE CIVIL WAR by William R. Trotter ‧ RELEASE DATE: The Sands of Pride: A Novel of the Civil War by Trotter, William R. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at As William R. Trotter once more takes up the stunning array of characters--Union and Confederate, fictional and historical, combatant and civilian--that he introduced in the inaugural novel of his epic series, The Sands of Pride, it is now the closing days of July /5.
A sprawling, epic novel, THE SANDS OF PRIDE details the lives and exploits of several dozen characters--both Rebel and Yankee--during the conflict in North Carolina between and Many of the main characters are actual historical figures, rendered both realistically and dramatically, with as much care as any of Trotter's (many) fictitious characters/5(10). The Sands of Pride is a Civil War novel set on the North Carolina coast. Although North Carolina was a secondary theater in the Civil War, it was still important to the Confederate war effort. The fighting there was on a smaller scale than the huge battles in Virginia and Tennessee, but it was at times desperate, and produced its share of dramatic moments. In all, The Sands of Pride is an excellent and exciting telling of a series of fascinating stories told with admirable clarity and skill by a master of the material. I look forward to reading the second part of the saga with eagerness and would certainly recommend this book to all readers. Lion Coalitions & Prides of Sabi Sands. 4, likes talking about this. The Famous Prides and Coalitions of Kruger National Park and every day life of raising Cubs, defending territory, 5/5.