Jeff Shaara Message Board
Keith Smith posts on 12/22/2009 9:30:10 PM
I was hoping to find "No Less than Victory" in a large print version too. Looked on amazon and www.largeprintfiction.com but could not find it.
Steve posts on 11/17/2009 12:00:12 PM
My dad is a WWII vet and he and I love your books. He needs large print versions now and I was wondering when "No Less Than Victory" will be available in large print?
Tony Minichiello posts on 7/27/2009 5:12:22 PM
As a top notch WWII Museum visit us in Carrabelle, Florida. We are dedicated to the 28th, 4th and 38th Infantry divisions and the Special Brigades who trained in Franklin County during WWII.
john dodds posts on 1/30/2009 2:24:53 PM
Dear Jeff: I am an 85 year old veteran of world war 2. I have read all of your books and love them. You are remarkable. Ii met you a few years ago when you addressed the graduates of Delaware universaiy. My grandson was a graduate, as was his father. Well. Anyway I started reading The Steel Wave acouple of days ago.It is so greatWhenIke tells Beetle to tell Patton to get his * up here. He might not like what I hac
ve to say, but at leasthe'll still have a job.That's the kind of writing you do all of the teime and it sends goose bumps to us. I found your web site, and this is the first time I ever wrote toan author and hope you get ths. I can't wait to see your book on the Japanese part of the war. I was inn New Guinea, Phillipines and Jaapan. Just let me say you are one excellent writer and I will now go back to the book and relive those old days.
Christina posts on 12/1/2008 9:10:50 PM
I am an 8th grade student at Newtown Middle School. The book seems interesting however I do not think that I can completely appreciate the book because some of the concepts I do not understand well. If you have a website that I can get an outline of the book from it would be greatly appreciated.
Cochonne posts on 8/17/2007 2:09:11 AM
Want some real advice? Give the book a chance. The book really is captivating, and you'll find it hard to put down once you're absorbed. Jeff Shaara really does twist the historical plotline into something that would come right out of Hollywood. Just give it a try, and maybe you'll find that you'll be able to answer some of these questions yourself!
Emily posts on 11/18/2006 4:46:56 PM
hey! im reading rise to rebellion fro school and im having trouble understanding the thoughts of characters in this book. i think cliff notes would really help me.
posts on 10/7/2006 12:23:13 PM
Hey i read a lot i am an eigth grader and i am at the college level in reading but cliff notes further your understanding of a book because we have to read Rise to rebellion at school too you know
unknown posts on 11/14/2005 8:04:48 PM
I just found This sit and have read this book and saw theses old messagesand it is a shame you guy's can't even read a book! I am 16 Yrs and I don't read a lot but that is a dissapointment. Learn to read! Cliff notes can't as you saw get you out of everything.
stasia posts on 10/18/2005 5:15:01 PM
In Rise to Rebellion by Jeff Shaara: was Hugh White (one minor character) really a real person who lived back then or did he just make the character up? I am curious and need this queston anwsered for a paper!
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