Book Review: Waterloo: The Aftermath by Paul O’Keeffe
"The author has produced an incredibly fascinating account of some of the key events in the wake of the Battle of Waterloo. It is an easy read, devoid of too much academic language which can so often put off some readers, yet it remains a serious study of this aspect of the late and immediate post-Napoleonic period. Whether you are a Napoleonic enthusiast or a general reader, this book should be read by anyone with an interest in the climatic events of June 1815, either as a companion book to another on the battle itself, or as a standalone work. Overall O’Keeffe has produced a work worthy of a five out of five star rating!"