The Historical Novel Society reviews The Yanks Are Starving: “[A] wonderful source of historical fact wrapped in a compelling novel.”
Historical Novel Society reviewer Bryan Dumas praises The Yanks Are Starving in the HNS February edition as “a wonderful source of historical fact wrapped in a compelling novel.”
“Each of the characters is written in a depth that makes them come alive,” Dumas wrote. “The second section on the Bonus Army is well written, vivid, and highlights every aspect of the clash between the war vets and the federal government. . . . If you want to learn about one of America’s darkest days, one that rarely gets any attention, this is a book that will both teach and entertain.”
The full review can be found here.