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Larson is a master. No one else does history like him. Those medium-strength events of lesser infamy are his wheelhouse.Published 1 day ago by Jdanks
Wow, I love Erik Larson's writing. Detailed and descriptive enough that you feel like you are experiencing the horrid event of the 1900 storm that forever changed Galveston. Read morePublished 4 days ago by docsgreygulls
Too much jumping around in the basic story line, to suit me.Published 4 days ago by Allen D. Golding
I was glad to read Larson's first book. I appreciated the hard work he has put into becoming the smart, compelling writer he is today with "Devil in the White City," and... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Bonnie E. Fisher
What an incredibly researched, gripping piece of non-fiction. Anyone who thinks today's meteorologists are undependable needs to get a load of the weather clowns of that time... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Mike
Loved this book. The author has an easy story telling style while providing u with historical facts. His research is amazing.Published 5 days ago by Mary Avallon Zelasko
If you have overlooked this book by Erik Larson, you have a superb read coming. Isaac's Storm is educational, historical, moving, and in parts, necessarily graphic about a killer... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Paul Greenberger