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I kept going thinking I really need to see if this book starts making sense for my dad's sake.
Thomas Cahill's "How the Irish Saved Civilization..." is the kind of written history that was born in the oral tradition.
This is a very interesting book-- even if you're not interested in Irish History (or even History period!)
Another history lesson for my history-starved granddaughter.Published 4 days ago by Tanna B. Kasperowicz
The book gets 4 starts because it was written in a generally entertaining and easy to read format. The subject wasn't covered in enough detail particularly the period of 350-700... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Edward J. Barton
Love Thomas Cahill's books. I am now reading them all. Easy to read, amusing, educational. Highly recommended.Published 6 days ago by abigail meurk
This book takes a few hundred pages to really delve into the unsung heroes of modern civilizations: The Irish. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Aardvark
Excellent introductory text for non History experts like me. It clearly explains the transition from the Roman empire to the early middle age. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Jesus E. Herrera Flores
serious and seriously relevant history about a fascinating time and placePublished 24 days ago by Paki S. Wright
How the Irish Saved Civilization
Thomas Cahill published this slender essay in 1995. It stayed on the New York Times best seller list for two years, which gives us a... Read more