Stonewall is Jean Fritz's compelling account of the life of one of America's most brilliant military heroes -- General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson. Fritz masterfully combines tales of Jackson's formative years, his eccentricities, and his passions with the harrowing history of the Civil War to give us a more personal, more sympathetic view of citizens of both the North and the South and the sacrifices they made for their country.
-- "Stonewall is a superior example of biographical writing. Facts, remarks, and incidents are woven together into a picture of a complex and contradictory man who proved himself, time and again, to be a great military leader". -- School Library Journal, starred review
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Review: StonewallUser Review - Colton Wikas - Goodreads
This book ws very descriptive and amazing at making the battles of Stonewall Jackson come to life. Although I learned throughout the book, that it was very hard to understand. There were way too many ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - SASegsworth - LibraryThing
Biography tells story of Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson's life and his contribution to the South in the Civil War. Read full review