It has been years since I have read A Sorrow in our Heart but it is always there in view.
Detailed, extensively referenced and put into a cogent form that makes Tecumseh's life understandable, and interesting reading.
Anyone who loves history will greatly enjoy this book and I recommend reading the Frontiersman.
This was a gift to my husband who enjoyed the book in every respect. Readable, interesting, and poignant. Lots of information that is not taught in schools.Published 1 month ago by JacyJax
I orders a NEW book and when I got it, it did not look new at all. Every corner is damaged and there are other blemishes on the cover.Published 8 months ago by linda vandevander
"A Sorrow In Our Heart" one of Eckert's historical novels tells the story of the Shawnee leader Tecumseh, who has been said by many and myself now to be one of the if not the... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Elliot B. Halberg
I have read the book before as I have the book, but I did not have a hard copy of it. Being a old friend of Allan Eckert I am trying to get hard copy of all his books. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Raleigh Haney
The narrative is good and interesting, however, the font is set at 10 which is too small for me to really get into the story line. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Roger Bon
This is a very long book, filled with exacting details of the tribulations and successes of the Native Americans. I wanted to read it after seeing the outdoor play in Ohio. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Elsie L. Huebner
He liked it but said it was very tedious. There were so many footnotes and so he was constantly having to refer to them. He enjoyed Conquerors much better.Published 11 months ago by Yvonne S.
allan eckert is one of my favorite writers. i am not skilled at writing reviews so i do not try to do so.Published 13 months ago by boney weather