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In typical McCullough fashion, this book has been adequately researched. Johnstown stood at the bottom of the valley. Read morePublished 2 hours ago by J. Warren Benton
I like all of David McCullough's books, so I can't rate anything but good.Published 2 days ago by Judy Levandoski
It feels like you were there. I love all of McCullough's historical novels.Published 4 days ago by Bob P.
What can go wromg with a David McCullough book? One of the greaterst authours of my generation! I just bought "The Wright Brothers". Read morePublished 5 days ago by Polygrad1959
This devastating event in Pennsylvania history is covered by the author from every angle imaginable, beginning way before the tragedy and following the aftermath and consequences... Read morePublished 5 days ago by farmgirl
This is clearly one of McCullough's earlier books because the work reads more like a very long thesis. Yes, it is accurate in its telling, but it is also a slow, ponderous read. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Anita Hill
McCullough has written a very balanced history of a disaster that has become part of folklore. He approached it from the many sides of the event without dwelling on the ghoulish... Read morePublished 5 days ago by duchesswalker