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    A Thriller that Grips from Page to Page

    Andersonville combines the worst men can do to one another with the evil of demons from Hell to produce a thriller that continues to grip from one page to the next. In the Confederate prison camp every kind of demon and man struggle with each other with the future of mankind at stake. The characters are wildly different, but defined in depth as the story continues. Elements of Christianity, voodoo, demonology and ritual black magic combine to create a breath-taking story on the stage of the worst human depravity. This is the kind of book you have to read again, just to assure yourself that you really understood what happened and why. Read it with an open mind for the best reward.
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    Interesting story about a very troubled time

    It thought this was a pretty interesting book with unique mixture of historical and supernatural elements. The mixture of Christian-Jewish-Hoodoo/Vodun, I write both because the book seems to use a melange of the two but refers to it always by Hoodoo. When you overlay that voer the already horrifying place that a Civil War prison must have been well you create a special blend of horror. I found the language of the book troubling, it seems accurate to me and of accuracy is a big part of world building in historical fiction so that we don't feel like we have modern people in costumes but still the amounts of slurs is quite great, so I offer a warning in advance to expect it.
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