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So is like very in depth to very shallow? Could you cite some quotes from it to compare?
“We’ve got families! Children! The Yankees are coming and you can’t stop them!” - Page 6
“Pierre... if I may address you that way...” “Address me any way you please sir, I am in your service,” [said in a sarcastic context] - Page 46
Like it jumps between cringy and cliche dialogue to actual clever, witty conversations between characters. Beyond that, the actual non-dialogue writing is fantastic. I recommend the book, just be ready for rapid changes in quality of conversation
“I’m just a politician. I put faith in talk. And so, I have become... obsolete.” - page 24
“Try to clean em up. Show these boys why you got that damn gold bar on your collar.” - page 34
Best way I can describe it is that the general writing is extremely gripping and in-depth, but the dialogue rapidly alters between poor and great
Short version is that if you’re gonna read only one Shaara novel, make it The Killer Angels by Jeff’s father Michael Shaara. It’s a modern classic imo