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I've never read David McCullough before. I liked the telling of this true event. He is a master at keeping you engrossed, knowing what's going to happen, the buildup of the... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Karen R. Tallha
Great book. I knew that I had relatives that died in the flood, but I neve saw a list of the deceased. Read morePublished 1 day ago by richard schmidt
Totally engrossing read. If you enjoy great narrative nonfiction, this is your book.Published 2 days ago by Teresa Simoneaux
Excellent narrative. McCullough brings these events alive and humanizes the the people caught up in this unfortunate tragedy and does so without demonizing anyone.Published 4 days ago by Michael Ruane
A fascinating story I knew nothing about before reading this. Even more 'human' than other McCullough books I have read. A truly human avoidable tragedy.Published 5 days ago by C7503R
American historian David McCullough has an incredible gift in taking details and weaving them into a captivating story. Read morePublished 6 days ago by D. M. Atkins
David McCullough is a successful, well-respected historical writer. The reasons for that success and respect are in this book. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Sherry B.