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Mr. Egan writes extremely well and I had a very difficult time putting down this book.
This ranks as one of the best books I've ever read... The Worst Hard Time: The Untold Story of Those Who Survived the Great American Dust Bowl by Timothy Egan.
As you read this book, you come to realize that these people are just like you and me.
A vivid tale of struggle and misery during the Great Depression. The title is very apt, it was the "worst hard time. Read morePublished 41 minutes ago by Wayne J. Street Jr.
I learned a LOT about the depression. I thoughI knew but I had no idea what those people suffered.Published 1 day ago by naturelover1
My husband and my parents loved this book. It had the highest reader ratings I have ever seen on Amazon. It was award winning nonfiction; however, I was bored to tears. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Lolita Wike
Could not get past the first 50 pages. It was partly my state of mind. I could not read another depressing saga of the US.Published 7 days ago by Martin J. Oslowski
A vivid picture of the "Dust bowl". This book takes the reader right into the lives of the people who lived with the horrible destruction of the land. Strongly recommended. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Karen M. Paris
A lesson on greed, the need to survive and governments role in providing a solution.Published 8 days ago by Jenny Goodlett
This book opened my eyes to suffering that I was simply not aware of. I thought that during the depression farmers had it easier because they at least had food. Was I wrong. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Paul Schofield