|Author:||Michael J. Roueche|
|Title:||Beyond the Wood|
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|ePUB size:||1121 kb|
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|DJVU size:||1889 kb|
|Publisher:||Vesta House Publishing (November 29, 2011)|
Always a romantic, only in more recent years did he discover the Civil War, thanks to Bruce Catton books and Michael Schaara’s Killer Angels. He and his wife of 35 years now live in Colorado, where they enjoy hiking and exploring the High Plains and Rocky Mountains, with their alpine vistas, aspen groves and evergreen forests, and amazing wildlife. He blogs on the Civil War and Shakespeare. He's currently reading all of Shakespeare to mark the Bard's 450th anniversary.
3 primary works, 3 total works. Book 1. Beyond the Wood. by Michael J. Roueche. 2012 John Esten Cooke Award Winner. Shelve Beyond the Wood.
This button i Beyond the Wood, Book 1, by Michael J. Roueche, is a marvelous story of sights, sounds, and human emotions set in the Civil War. The author brings to life the lives and loves of characters caught in the tug-of-war conflicts between North and South. Reid Gragg visits a battlefield in Virginia(present day)at the request of his father to carry on a family tradition. Not wanting to disappoint his father, he has to take with him a button from a Civil War uniform passed down in the family. This button is a key to what Reid will experience as he meets a lady in the field.
Michael J. Roueche writes Civil War novels meant to be fun reads with plots that fit in historically accurate settings. He also blogs, writing about anything that catches his interest (except politics)-including the Civil War; the natural beauty and animal life in Colorado; and Shakespeare. He is recipient of the 2012 John Esten Cooke Fiction Award for Southern History for Beyond the Wood
An impressively gifted storyteller, this concluding volume of a truly outstanding Civil War era trilogy by Michael J. Roueche is as extraordinary and consistently entertaining a read as his first two novels.
Tempting Skies (Beyond the Wood Book 3). Michael J Roueche. I have thoroughly enjoyed reading Beyond the Wood by Michael Roueche. It is clear that Roueche has done his homework as he brings both the domestic and battle scenes of the American Civil War to life while at the same time making it clear that this was not a conflict drawn strictly across geographical lines. As a high school English teacher, I am always looking for books I can recommend to my students without reservation, and Beyond the Wood fits the bill with its engaging storyline, captivating characters, and hints of mystery and romance
Award-Winning Author of Civil War novels "BEYOND THE WOOD" and "A RIVER DIVIDES .
Award-winning series Beyond the Wood. Award-winning series Beyond the Wood.
Title: Beyond the Wood. Author: Michael J Roueche. Publisher: Vesta House Publishing. Release Date: November 29, 2011. ISBN: 978-0983756712. Roueche, author of Beyond the Wood, on LibraryThing. Michael J. Roueche is currently considered a "single author. If one or more works are by a distinct, homonymous authors, go ahead and split the author. Roueche is composed of 1 name.