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Liked the ending the best. Info was good, though I wasn’t a huge fan of the narrator. Well organized and interesting look into what plagues look like, physically, socially, and... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Burgundy Damsel
My son read this as one of his summer reading projects. He learned a lot!Published 4 months ago by Cindy
This book is very well written. Historical facts are accurate. Well worth the read. I highly recommend it.Published 8 months ago by Colleen T. Martin
My fifth grader read it for a book report. He enjoyed it (and got A+)Published 8 months ago by Barbara F
In August 1793, the capital of the new United States, Philadelphia, was in the grip of a heat wave. Suddenly, in the poorer quarters of the city, the poor began to sicken and die... Read morePublished 8 months ago by The Reviewer Formerly Known as Kurt Johnson
This book provides a good context for urban life and disease epidemiology in the colonial period of American history.Published 9 months ago by Kindle Customer
Do not get this book. It is horrible. Better one is the plague part 1 and Part 2. It's really not good.Published 11 months ago by John Moore