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As I continued to read into this tome, I couldn't believe how it kept my interest through nearly 800 pages.
Smoothly written, it intersperses facts in such a way that they don't bog the reader, thus keeping the book very easily readable and entertaining.
I believe that a biography of Andrew Carnegie by David Nasaw makes a great contribution to the period of the time.
David Nasaw's book on Andrew Carnegie was one of the more frustrating books I've read in a while. Unfortunately, the author never gives the reader a basic understanding of who... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Howard Schulman
I haven't finished this book quite yet, but I find it very enjoyable. It's easy to read, and contains the type of information many books overlook. Read morePublished 1 month ago by TeaRose
Book just arrived and it's as if I just picked I up at the book store! Great shape and ready to read about this Dude!,,Published 3 months ago by Louis A. Moro
great book bought this for my father and he loved it! i do not know much about the book, my father likes to read non fiction, autobiographys and biographys.Published 3 months ago by Paige
First, let me state that this is a book "best served abridged"! After sloshing through the first half, I gave up and discovered everything about this man in Wikipedia. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Linda Lou McCall
Great start but begins to dawdle. Factual and balanced, but too many facts spoil the broth. What an interesting little egomaniac.Published 4 months ago by Bookmanic
This is a large book, 800 pages on Carnegie, but it's well written, and I like detailed biographic research. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Duncan Briggs
You would think that in 800 pages, everything about Carnegie would be covered. However, Carnegie seems to have hidden carefully exactly how he broke through from being a bobbin boy... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Stephen Pendergast
The diminutive gentleman having had little formal education rose to great stature not only in business
but shared his life with educators,writers,great thinkers and was an... Read more