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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 good read, but very little about the actual voyage of the Mayflower. King Phillip's War would have been a more appropriate title as it is discussed in far greater detail.Published 3 days ago by John Louthan
To recall the story of it is to sweep the founding of a new land. Philbrick paints credable scenes of little-known era of America. Facts are justified by detail. Read morePublished 11 days ago by David Alexander Smathers
Not much about the Mayflower but a ton about King Philip's WarPublished 27 days ago by George Jacobssen
This book flows nicely and tells a great story. I can almost picture myself being there as it happened.Published 29 days ago by Reti
This book is one of my favorites and I would recommend it to anyone interested in America's early history from when the pilgrims arrived at Plymouth in 1620 to the end of the King... Read morePublished 1 month ago by rckrr
I only read a little of it, so to be fair it may be a great book. most book club members decided it should be cancelled as it was tedious and not very interesting.Published 1 month ago by jd