I most definitely will! Thanks!I have all three as audiobooks. Sears is a wonderful writer. "Landscape Turned Red" is a modern-day classic on the subject, and is written beautifully and engagingly, and has been in print since it was published. However, it reflects the then-dominant what I would call "excessive McClellan criticism" that has undergone a lot of revision the past 20-30 years. It doesn't detract from the overall enjoyment of the book, but be aware that the historiography around Special Order 191 and McClellan's speed of countering Lee, the post-battle follow-up, etc., has undergone quite a bit of revision in McClellan's favor the past few years.
That said, buy and enjoy with confidence.