The Surrender (Google eBook)
Follow along as an upright man is caught up in the horrific events of the Civil War in the final book of the Last Cavaliers series. When Morgan Tremayne follows his employer, Robert E. Lee, into battle, he leaves behind everything he’s worked hard to build: a horse farm, a good reputation, and a young orphan he has raised. It will take a life-changing injury on Gettysburg’s blood-soaked fields to open Morgan’s eyes to what’s really worth dying for.
What people are saying - Write a review
Another Great Read from Gilbert MorrisUser Review - Christianbook.com
Another historically charged read from Gilbert Morris! The Surrender tells the two intertwined tales of the fictional Tremayne family along with the love story of Robert E. Lee's devotion to his wife. I have been a fan of Gilbert Morris's book ever since I was eleven and his were the only adult books beside Janette Oke's that I was allowed to read. The Surrender is another great novel, historically acurate and engaging. One of my favorite things about this book was how Mr. Morris does such a great job of portraying Robert E. Lee. I also enjoy how the historical facts are woven into the story so that what is going on all around is explained, while making it so that the reader comes away with a better understanding and knowledge of the time period. The characters are likable, (unless they aren't supposed to be) and deport themselves with honor. Morgan was a great main character, who like Robert E. Lee had a passion for his country and felt that it was his duty to fight for it even if he didn't agree with everything it stood for. Overall, another great novel from Gilbert Morris. In my mind Gilbert Morris is a timeless author, I have enjoyed his books for years, and intend to enjoy them for years to come :) I received this ebook from the publisher in exhchange for an honest review. Thank you!
Review: The Surrender - eBookUser Review - Christianbook.com
Another fabulous historical romance by Gilbert Morris, "The Surrender" tells the tale of General Robert E. Lee's life as well as that of the man who took care of his horse, Private Morgan Tremayne. Following both these men through the Civil War and seeing how God shaped their lives, even in the midst of tragedy, makes this book a wonderful read.