The Rock of Chickamauga


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(4.6 stars; 66 reviews)

"The Rock of Chickamauga," presenting a critical phase of the great struggle in the west, is the sixth volume in the series, dealing with the Civil War, of which its predecessors have been "The Guns of Bull Run," "The Guns of Shiloh," "The Scouts of Stonewall," "The Sword of Antietam" and "The Star of Gettysburg." Dick Mason who fights on the Northern side, is the hero of this romance, and his friends reappear also. (Summary from the Foreword) (7 hr 59 min)

Chapters

Ch 01: At Bellevue, part 1 23:23 Read by Mike Pelton
Ch 01: At Bellevue, part 2 22:41 Read by Mike Pelton
Ch 02: Forrest, part 1 21:22 Read by Mike Pelton
Ch 02: Forrest, part 2 20:11 Read by Mike Pelton
Ch 03: Grant Moves, part 1 20:40 Read by Lynne T
Ch 03: Grant Moves, part 2 21:27 Read by Lynne T
Ch 04: Dick's Mission 28:08 Read by Lee Smalley
Ch 05: Hunted, part 1 17:00 Read by Lee Smalley
Ch 05: Hunted, part 2 16:54 Read by Lee Smalley
Ch 06: A Bold Attack, part 1 14:19 Read by Lee Smalley
Ch 06: A Bold Attack, part 2 16:53 Read by Lee Smalley
Ch 07: The Little Capital 30:35 Read by Mike Pelton
Ch 08: Champion Hill 30:14 Read by Mike Pelton
Ch 09: The Open Door, part 1 22:17 Read by Lynne T
Ch 09: The Open Door, part 2 15:28 Read by Lynne T
Ch 10: The Great Assault, part 1 15:55 Read by Jeff K.
Ch 10: The Great Assault, part 2 14:49 Read by Jeff K.
Ch 11: The Taking of Vicksburg 20:09 Read by ophiuroidea
Ch 12: An Affair of the Mountains 19:27 Read by ophiuroidea
Ch 13: The River of Death, part 1 15:42 Read by ophiuroidea
Ch 13: The River of Death, part 2 17:13 Read by ophiuroidea
Ch 14: The Rock of Chickamauga, part 1 22:58 Read by Mike Pelton
Ch 14: The Rock of Chickamauga, part 2 16:21 Read by Mike Pelton
Ch 15: Beside the Brook 15:12 Read by Lee Smalley

Reviews

every book so far has been riviting.


(5 stars)

great series each book 5 stars. most readers wonderful


(5 stars)

good book great series


(3 stars)

The text is 5 stars....the reader that is either Canadian or British has a strong vocabulary I am confident but has a reading comprehension issue ...the sing-song method of reading dramatic prose works well in some books, this being not one. I would recommend a greater self awareness and a selective reading list for this particular reader. What a shame.