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In the late twenties and the 1930s, Amelia Earhart was one of America's heroes--America's heroine, as Butler reminds us was the terminology at the time, when gendered terms were... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Elisabeth Carey
Little boring at some points, really long, but a lot of informationPublished 13 months ago by Reese Miller
Great book and well researched. Lots of good info on her early family life. Author was kind of easy on Amelia regarding the serious lack of planning for the final and fatal leg... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Richard E. Jones
This biography flowed very well and the author clearly did her research! My only complaint is she went on several tangents but all in all I have yet to find a better biography on... Read morePublished 17 months ago by H.
The writing style of Ms. Butler can be tedious, which is a complaint I direct at the editor more than the author. But the quality and completeness of her research is impeccable. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Russ in BC
To simply call Earhart "lady Lindy" is dismissive of her accomplishments. In Susan Butler's wonderful book, you get a glimpse of the real person behind the image that was... Read morePublished 18 months ago by D. Woodie