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Too much information and not enough of the personal to hold my interest, but for the time period she was amazing.Published 2 months ago by Ginger Gaba
The book uses a string of letters written to John, her sisters and others in her life to draw a picture of Abigail's views and life. It was factual but dry. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Susan B. Wilson
very wordy..could have been completed in 100 or more less pagesPublished 8 months ago by trudy barnes
I bought this book for my sister, she loved it! She is a history buff, and really likes t poo read about Abigail Adams. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Nancynan
Well-written book that provides insight into life and politics during and after the Revolutionary War. Abigail Adams was an amazing woman, well ahead of her time.Published 10 months ago by sasanqua
Abigail Adams lived an amazing life with strength and dignity. She was not perfect but she did her what she believed was right.Published 11 months ago by Mary Nolan