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The book made very interesting reading for me and I think it was well researched and written.
It is a terrific history of the Pilgrims and especially the unique relationship the earliest New Englanders had with the Indians.
Mr. Philbrick brings history book characters to life, giving them personalities and feelings.
A boring straight objective account of Indian wars w/ Plymouth Pilgrims. A biographical novel @ Indian Philip or Church would have been ore excitingPublished 2 days ago by Kathryn Stewart
This book is tedious at times, and sometimes the author contradicts himself. If I wasn't the type of person that has to finish a book once started, I would have dropped this book... Read morePublished 2 days ago by A
Well-writted and of special interest in our home as spouse is descended from two Mayflower passengers.Published 6 days ago by RetiredNurse
This book details the struggles that the early pilgrims had to endure to live in the new world. I didn't know that there was many bloody wars after the Pilgrims landed.Published 6 days ago by Kindle Customer
A refreshing history devoid of the myths of our founding. I will be reading more of Philbrick's books. It was a little wordy at times.Published 7 days ago by QBHiker
The book was historically accurate but overly detailed and in need of editing. It included too much minutia.Published 8 days ago by Joseph Mullaney