The spring frame is original, because it deals with the ravages of scurvy and means including General Alexander wears to overcome. It is true, and this is visible in many comments, that the action is slow. It is a quest through the wasteland, to meet various characters, some profiteers, other altruistic. Our two opposing heroes, always them of course, play their vis-à-vis the order antagonisms that made them early vegetables merchants.
Like the album Arabesque (in loccurrence No. 48), this album has a pace apart, away from the roar of battles.
I particularly appreciated the authentic touch, touch in the form of a prologue entitled "dentistry and Civil War."