Sopharcos.de Review:

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Country: Europe, DE, Germany

  • Donna Jordan - Great product

    This product I have used for almost a year. Although this product is used for meal replacement/weightloss, I personally drink it for health reasons. It taste great mixed with fruits or vegetables and is loaded with nutrients. I've tried the mix-ins and don't care for them; I prefer to add my own substance.

  • Diane M. Pfister - Necessary for problem-free digestion

    The only product recommended by my mother-in-law's doctor for problems of the digestive tract-it contains a type of healthy bacteria that other products on the market don't contain-and it makes a BIG difference in your digestive health!

  • Robert N. Bernard - Vivid characters, graphic descriptions

    As we're now in the actual days of the sesquicentennial of the Battle of Gettysburg, it seemed like a good time to write this short review.

    The characters are vivid, well-drawn, and differentiated. The rivalries within the companies of the North Carolinians were the most interesting group of characters, as their backstories were full of realistic and poignant details. I don't know how much of it was made-up on Peters' part or whether they were based on real or composite people, but it certainly holds one's interest.

    The battle scenes were graphic, inasmuch as you can get in the written word. Yet, despite all the graphic gore, it was never sensationalized or used to shock the reader, merely to present what it probably was really like -- bloody, disgusting, and tragic.

    The main criticism I have is the characters to drop out, once their part of the battle is done. The Prussian-Polish Wisconsinites were featured on the first day of the battle, but then were hardly seen again. I would have loved to see more of what happened on the days that they weren't fighting.

    Overall, however, excellently written, compelling and a real page-turner.