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It is apparent that you have done a great deal of background research and that you are making attempts on every page to weave those facts, themes, opinions, and events into Hiram’s world.”

-Dan Reigle, Ohio Civil War Genealogy Journal http://www.cincinnaticwrt.org/data/articles/Terman_Review_Hirams%20Honor.pdf


A gripping, vivid narrative masterfully crafted! Max R. Terman has masterfully crafted an engrossing novel that is difficult to set down. Once you begin reading, you are transported back nearly 150 years to the time of division, heartache, and chaos that became known as the American Civil War. His ancestor’s story comes to life in a fascinating new work that is certain to become a classic among historical novels, and it should be of keen interest not only to we Ohioans, but to all North and South who cherish our history and heritage.”

-Scott Mingus, author of Flames beyond Gettysburg: the Gordon Expedition, June 1863. http://scottmingus.wordpress.com/2010/03/12/book-review-hiram/


You took the right approach in trying to place the men within the context of the historic event. That can be a tough thing to do.”

-John Heiser, Gettysburg National Military Park


I have not discovered any historical inaccuracies and I like your approach to the narrative. Milroy’s character you have captured very aptly. It is obvious that you toured the field to explore the terrain where the 82nd Ohio marched and witnessed combat.”

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