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Discussion in 'The Book Rack' started by G31Steve, Oct 17, 2005.


  1. G31Steve

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    Anyone else read this book?Its by David McCullough,Im in the middle of it right now,its pretty good.Lots of good information an looks into key people's thoughts.Oh an if you didnt guess buy the tittle its about the American Revolution.;c
     
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    I bought it for my father for fathers day, he loved it, and I just started it myself. I'm reading it more to extend my limited knowledge of that part of history, not for entertainment. Hopefully I can kill two birds with one stone.
     

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    Yes, I finished that book several months ago. Paints a good picture of the events and struggles that became America. I was floored at some of the problems that Washington was faced with, taking everyday working class and making them into a fighting force with a very early stages of congress. Overall, it was a good description of the three battles that turned the tide and established our independence.

    Currently, reading my second Vince Flynn novel. Enjoy.
     
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