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Wonderful book. Very well written, and I have become a big fan of Jean Edward Smith's writing (I have already read Grant, and just ordered Eisenhower. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Adam Maynes
This is an enjoyable read and enlightening chronicle of the life and untimely death of President Roosevelt. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michael Cressman
I learned some info I hadn't been exposed to before. I found the format a little difficult to follow easily.Published 3 months ago by Holger William Lund
Very readable and intimate portrait of FDR. Moving and exciting.Published 3 months ago by NY Native
This is a detailed biography that added to my knowledge of FDR and his time. I think at times the author's affinity for the individual got in the way of her objective scholarship.Published 4 months ago by J. Rowe
I thought it was very well written. There were a lot of facts about FDR, his marriage to Eleanor and his politics I wasn't aware of. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Lisa A Coles