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This book was very well researched and beautifully written.
The book, with its detailed descriptions of Lindberg's feats and political views, provides an informative perspective of this extremely interesting person.
A. Scott Berg's 1999 Pulitzer Prize-winning "Lindbergh" is about the best possible biography on this most famous American.
Full of insight and information. A nice complement to Lindbergh's book: Spirit of St. Louis.Published 6 days ago by BerkeleyBear
Not the author's fault, but I was disappointed that the story did not cover Lindbergh's other families. The evidence for his parallel lives has only recently been uncovered. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Barbee Teasley
First rate, captivating story told in the best Scott Berg way, with excellent research and amazing attention to detail. Superb!Published 19 days ago by NYC 1
Summary: Lindbergh flew a plane and fancied himself an ubermensch 'till Roosevelt pawned him, then he was just an annoying fly. The EndPublished 2 months ago by geertmatthys
Great detail that I'd never read before. Made me appreciate more what people in those times accomplished.Published 2 months ago by Chris H.
I have listened to the audible version of this book, while on long flights, looking forward to giving this as a gift this Christmas. It is by far one of the best biographies.Published 3 months ago by Kate
from beginning to end Scott Berg writes and explores the multifaceted life of charles lindbergh! His psychosocial development, his intellect, curiosity, and love of aerodynamics... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Carol Schaefer