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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.
this book is horrible. i am not a slow reader yet it has taken me FOREVER to get through this book! i have to read it for my AP U.S. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Lori
This should be recommended reading for everyone. A great revelation of early life in America, things you don't learn from history books.Published 11 days ago by L. Major
If you are a history buff I would highly recommend this read. I feel it is one of the most important books one can read to understand the Mayflower crossing, who the Pilgrims... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Rich Berman
A bit hard to follow if you are not doing research for this era of history. I appreciate all the hard work & authenticity that went into the research for the final product. Read morePublished 12 days ago by therese
Enlightening and very readable account of events glossed over in history classes. I will be looking into philbrick's other works.Published 24 days ago by Michael Riley
A wonderful history book -- rich in detail and adventure. For a related fun read, check out If My Mom and Dad Had Sailed On The Mayflower, That 'Ol Ship Would Have Sunk!Published 1 month ago by Amy Quantrill
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 1 month ago by John Louthan