Marching to Valhalla: A Novel of Custer's Last Days

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G.K. Hall, 1997 - Fiction - 403 pages
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"A TERRIFIC YARN . . . Marching to Valhalla is written as though it were a long-lost diary of Custer's, leading up to his fatal battle. It is a very personal view."
--Denver Post
In his New York Times bestselling novel Dances with Wolves, Michael Blake created an unforgettable saga of white and Native American cultures. Now in Marching to Valhalla, Blake unfolds the story of the final months of General George Armstrong Custer, a story that illuminates the epic sweep of his entire life--his career, his passions, his legacy to the American west.
Here is Custer as we've never seen him before--reckless soldier, bold lover of women, ardent husband, devoted commander, expert Indian killer. A stirring tribute to an American hero and an intimate portrait of a brilliant, flawed man, Michael Blake's Marching to Valhalla is an absolutely stunning novel.
"A startling novel about the year's most popular literary subject."
--Publishers Weekly (starred review)

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Marching to Valhalla tells of the life of George Armstrong Custer. Written in the style of a fictional personal journal, this shows the two sides of Custer: the private life he shared with family and ... Read full review

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Two new biographies of General Custer, a newly discovered personal account by one of his troopers, and a novel about The Battle of the Little Bighorn have already been published this year, and now we ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (1997)

His previous books include Dances With Wolves, Airman Mortensen, and Marching to Valhalla. He received an Academy Award for his screen adaptation of Dances With Wolves. He lives with his wife and children on a ranch in Southern Arizona.

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