One must remember that the book is not a story, it is simply a collection of disjointed recollections. Other than collecting a lot of recollections of old me, and some women, it adds nothing to make the Custer story. ;
This is a carefully reasoned analysis of the action at the Little Bighorn. By breaking the Indian accounts of the battle into segments, then correlating them on a plausible time scale, the author reproduces a coherent narrative that reconciles discrepancies. Lakota Noon places the victors where they belong, front and center, while adding a new dimension to the old debate as to what happened at the Little Bighorn. This is a book for every student of the Custer Battle.