I thought Ms. Smolenyak is a great story teller and skilled genealogist. She uses her own experiences to explain methods of finding surviving family of military personnel. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Awesome book. Tears one minute and laughter the next. Non-genealogy readers can enjoy the love she puts into each chapter, each adventure, each person.Published 3 months ago by HELEN L LEHMAN
Nicely written in a folksy, home style. Some of the descriptions on how
Megan acquired her data were vague and could have been clarified.
Generally, not a bad job. Read more
I have just received it, so I have not yet began to read it. Will follow up with a review when I get into it.Published 7 months ago by Patricia Cole
The author uses practical examples from her years as a professional genealogist to teach and amuse. Any genealogist in the family would like this book because it does not read... Read morePublished 7 months ago by JVB Jr.
The very LAST thing I expected or wanted to read in this book on one of my favorite topics was the long drawn out, ad nauseum description of the Obamas' family history. Read morePublished 8 months ago by R. A. Buss
Its not what I thought it would be. Very little help. It only provided a narrative of the author's experience.Published 9 months ago by Donna Fornadley
This author has so much great information. I have a hard time putting her books down. I have learned a lot from her.Published 12 months ago by Judith Dacumos
This is a fun read, lots of anecdotal material. I was hoping for more depth of content, not just stories.Published 12 months ago by MCL