From Publishers Weekly
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The books reads very quickly because of Shilts' editorial style, a concise narrative.
Randy Shilts did a great job of writing an interesting story while maintaining the truth of the AIDS epidemic!
I keep this book on my treasured book shelf so I will never forget how bad things can get in this country.
In Randy Shilts's 'And The Band Played On', the author successfully documents a moment in time that represents a major shift in the world. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Greg Polansky
This is such a great book. I had to read it for an epidemiology class and couldn't put it down. I actually read it twice. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Dominique D. Daniell
Cut's down the story to 3.5 hours from 33 hours (the full length audio version). It hit SOME highlights if you needed a very quick version. Read morePublished 16 days ago by J. J. Brant
I hear it is a novelization of how the events really occurred, but you cannot beat it for telling you a lot of facts, in an interesting and memorable way.Published 21 days ago by Wendy
A very good review of the history of the AIDS epidemic. I had no idea of all the politics that were involved. I learned quite a bit. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Linda Wagner
This is a really interesting read and it highlights some points in history where the Aids Epidemic could have been stopped but poor reaction for the government..... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Maribel Escobedo
A book about the beginnings of the AIDS epidemic and how the Government all across the board from the Reagan administration to the scientific establishments (including NIH, FDA,... Read morePublished 1 month ago by G. Torres
This is my 2nd copy of this book. I've read it more times than I can count. It puts a blinding spotlight on the fear, ignorance & hatred that the AIDS crisis created. Read morePublished 1 month ago by londontown4b