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A fascinating look at our Revolutionary war from the viewpoint of a slave.Published 8 days ago by James Foley
A subject that few ever knew about . Very well written and researched. It often reads like poetry. Another good book to read on a similar subject is :
Rough Crossings: The... Read more
Part 2 of 2, this book Complete's Octavian's truly astonishing journey through the American Revolution. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Devon M. Roberson
One of the most powerful books I have ever read. Reminiscent of The Known World, with a message that must be told and retold.Published 5 months ago by Sara R.
26/11 - This isn't impressing me as much as the first book. The language, the exceedingly thick and fake-torn pages, the characters - none of it is drawing me in to the story like... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Sarah Frost
This book had the potential to be such an amazing story with such a powerful message. Alas, it was very wordy and boring.Published 7 months ago by Samira P.
Obviously, Tobin is talented with the book winning a big award, but the vocabulary and language and interest level is so far over the head of any YA on this planet that t would... Read morePublished 14 months ago by M. O. McManis
Not as fast-paced as Volume I but Volume II is still very good. This is a missing piece of our cultural heritage that I was unaware of.Published 18 months ago by Kyle Wallace
Excellent product at a good price. Delivered quickly. A great book. I'd rather be reading it than writing this review. S***'s real.Published 21 months ago by Mike Ginnane