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This book has all the strengths of a superb novel, all the details of daily life that make historical novels so fascinating, and yet it is a documentation of the Dust Bowl, its... Read morePublished 2 hours ago by Observer One
Enlightening book. I had only heard of this disaster a couple of months ago when watched a documentary on tv. I am sixty eight yrs old and live in Texas. Read morePublished 18 hours ago by reba mcdermand
Wonderful book. Could not put it down. It was much, much worse for the people than I ever imagined.
My husband wants to read it as well.
I enjoyed reading this book, I thought it was very informative. Although it is very depressing reading about just how horrible the conditions of their daily lives were it is an... Read morePublished 2 days ago by pmllos
The story was written in a easily understandable manner was a lil too simple for my liking but kverall a good storyPublished 3 days ago by Paco Herrera
I do not see how anyone could read Mr. Egan’s work and still deny man’s destructive capabilities and its refusal to see that it will happen again. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Malika H.
Contemporary ecology and farm practices were shaped by this decade of history. This book exhaustively explores the events that should live in every U.S. Citizens memory.Published 3 days ago by Todd G. Sutton
Once again Timothy Egan tells history and develops the characters like a great novelist. I read "The Grapes of Wrath" long ago, but I had no idea how severe and hostile... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Victor55
A VERY WELL WRITTEN BOOK, VERY INTERESTIN ACCOUNT OF A PEOPLE ABUSING MOTHER NATURE AND NOW IT APPEARS THE WORLD AGAIN SEEMS TO BE HELL BENT ON DESTROYING WHAT IS SO IMPORTANT-... Read morePublished 6 days ago by fitzpjo