Detailed But Hard To Follow
The book is very detailed when it comes to places, battles, army organisation and so on. It's a well written account of the events, what led to them and the impact on following events.
Problem is, it's an audio book. It's hard to keep track of places and names of armies, battalions, divisions and so on. This is no fault of the book, naturally, but I experienced a number of individual accounts of the fighting, rather than a cohesive whole. Also, the narration suffers from muddy pronunciation, which made it difficult to understand at times, as English isn't my primary language.