The first book in Bernard Cornwell’s bestselling series on the American Civil War.
It is summer 1861. The armies of North and South stand on the brink of America’s civil war.
Nathanial Starbuck, jilted by his girl and estranged from his family, arrives in the capital of the Confederate South, where he enlists in an elite regiment being raised by rich, eccentric Washington Faulconer.
Pledged to the Faulconer Legion, Starbuck becomes a northern boy fighting for the southern cause. But nothing can prepare him for the shocking violence to follow in the war which broke America in two.
Praise for REBEL:
‘A sure-fire bestseller’ Financial Times
‘His series of Sharpe novels earned him almost every accolade possible from British newspapers. This is even better’ Daily Mail
‘What Cornwell really likes is battles . . . you will be duly rewarded with the smell of quality cordite rising from the pages’ Daily Telegraph
About the author
Bernard Cornwell was born in London, raised in Essex and worked for the BBC for eleven years before meeting Judy, his American wife. Denied an American work permit he wrote a novel instead and has been writing ever since. He and Judy divide their time between Cape Cod and Charleston, South Carolina.
This book is incredibly difficult to listen to as the readers voice is very robotic. It left me wondering if if was made with text to voice technology. Avoid.