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Based on his endorsement I purchased the book and found it to be one of the best biographies I have read.
The book, with its detailed descriptions of Lindberg's feats and political views, provides an informative perspective of this extremely interesting person.
The book is at its bestwhen Mr. Berg describes the marriage of Anne Morrow Lindbergh and Charles Lindbergh, complicated couple.
Revealing look into the life of a legion. From his childhood to his lifelong adventures. I had no idea how much he contributed to the world at the expense of his family life. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Doug Betters
A comprehensive review of Lindbergh's life. Loooong but worth reading.Published 28 days ago by Mary stahl
Thoughtful compelling narration of a surprisingly complex life well constructed and comprehensively researched minus the post 2002 revelations about CAL's polygamous behavior.Published 2 months ago by John Cesnik
Outstanding! Best ever Lindbergh bio. Lots of back story re previously written details; especially death on Maui and kidnapping. A much more thorough understanding.Published 3 months ago by Francis J. Von Feldt
I decided to read this book after reading Aviators Wife about the life of Anne Morrow Lindbergh. . I have been in aviation for 50 years - civilian, military and commercial - but... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Harry R. Squiers
Enjoyable read-he had his flaws, but was very single minded about aviation. His marriage came second. A bright person that was not afraid to disagree with a president.Published 3 months ago by w schmitz
He was a very intelligent man but lacked many things especially concern and love of his wife and family. he showed it in strange ways.Published 4 months ago by Barbara Stahl
Trivia details of no significance while no mention of his military role in WWII. Too much emphasis on his awards and intdercourse with world gdovernment officials. Read morePublished 5 months ago by T. D. wilson