The Memoirs of U.S. Grant is the finest non fiction book I've ever read. I always heard that many professional soldiers and leaders of countries read about the U.S. Read morePublished 1 month ago by John J. Bailey
I love the entire series of history books by the Library of America. I have almost all of them. A great set to give to a young person to start their professional reading library. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Redoubt Ranger
I wanted the book exactly as pictured, i.e. with a black dust jacket. They sent me the book without a dust jacket, but in a slipcase. Read morePublished 5 months ago by inf0man
Every citizen of the United States should read this. Unfortunately, too few will.Published 7 months ago by David C. Bender
Here he was, in the summer of 1885, in the heat of a New York City summer, sick, tired, 63 years old, unable to speak, the shadow of the man that led the Union Armies to their... Read morePublished 8 months ago by David MacCallum
I agree with all the praise other reviewers heap on this book. Grant is a great writer precisely because he does not try to be one. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Donald G. Marshall
They say that "classics" are books that everyone has heard of, but no one has read.
Well, I once had a copy of the first edition which I stupidly threw away, but... Read more