I found this to be both an informative and insightful look into one of US History’s most recognizable African-American figures. I enjoyed learning about Harriet Tubman’s work with the Union Army during the Civil War, a subject that isn’t discussed in depth the way her work on the Underground Railroad is. Although I learned a lot about how helpful former Black slaves, and Harriet, were to the Union during the war, I found that I didn’t enjoy the book as much as I would have liked. It slowed down in the middle and I found myself slogging through at points. Overall though I would still recommend it to others to learn more about this amazing woman. This is a book that I would also recommend for book clubs.