SpartanGSG said:Peace Brett, no problem. At the end of the day if thats what he is going to give us us Rhea fans then we will be all too ready to read what he delivers. Disappointed that he would stop short at where you say he intends to. This campaign has enough to offer the reader in it's entirety that he could easily match the detail of his Wilderness and Spotsylvania books. I think those two represent the zenith of his work but I do very much look forward to this release. With regards, Spartan.
It does stink that Rhea is apparently burned out, but I've heard rumors (and I can't reveal my sources on this one unfortunately) that another author has set out to write a multi-volume study of the Siege of Petersburg. If the rumors are true, I'm pretty sure the first book is still in its early stages.