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This is a great book, thoroughly researched, highly entertaining and very easy to read.
The writing style in this book is fascinating, a delight to read and the information content is very high and unfortunately it coule be timely.
John Kelly's The Great Mortality is an authentic and well-researched narrative of the Black Death as the plague spread across Europe.
Very informative. Rich in detail. If you want a comprehensive look at the culture and what the Black Death did to it, this is an excellent resource. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Mary1912
I recommend for any one. One of the greates disasters in history. A must read for all ages of today.Published 21 days ago by enrique zelaya
This is a place saver. I read the sample. However, being spoiled by reviews about how the author anthropomorphizes the Plague, I was specifically on the look out for it. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Red
Creepy and fabuous, I like it. Gory and frightening, I loved it.Published 1 month ago by Michele M McKenzie
An exceptionally detailed and well-written account of one of the greatest disasters ever to hit the human race. In some towns, over 90% of the population died. Read morePublished 1 month ago by James Kenney
If you enjoy reading about pestilence and the early Middle Ages, this is the book for you. It's an easy read and yet once it has you in its grasp it refuses to let you go. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Surazal
Im reading this now, the print is a bit small but written in a clear and interesting way .Was the plague a flea born disease born by rats or was it a form of ebola. Fascinating.Published 2 months ago by MFM008