Just finished rereading an interesting novel with the above title. A really fun 'memoir' of a regular Forrest Gump of the Custer story. The character meets most everyone, sees most everything, and is quite opinionated on both the people and the happenings--mostly the people. It seems to me a pretty fair recounting of generally accepted history, except where the narrator bends and adds & subtracts things to fit his opinions...actually much like an actual person would in fact do if he was really as partisan as the story teller is. I enjoyed it as good light reading about our subject. I know some don't care for fiction, but to me is a welcome break, and this one is pretty good as there is an awful lot of real stuff in it. It's really not as far off as many a non-fiction book I have run across--and certainly more fun. Anyone else here read it? What did you think?