by Marshall Conyers
From the publisher:
An epic poem about Gettysburg’s third day, told from various soldiers’ perspectives.
This story encompasses all the raging emotions of war, the doubt, fear, camaraderie, frustration, and innocence, as told by the participants of the events of the third day of the Battle of Gettysburg. The author examines the bravery, strength, and faith of the soldiers in both blue and gray who fought for duty and country in the face of impending death.
Marshall Conyers wrote this volume of poetry because he wanted readers to be privy to the thoughts of the brave men engaged in this historical attack. He is the author of the children’s book How Many Feathers Does It Take to Make an Eagle Fly?