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U.S. History not boring anymore,
This review is from: A Fictional History of the United States (With Huge Chunks Missing) (Paperback)
This is not only a terrific read but also a groundbreaking fiction anthology.
Each story in the collection gives us new insights into U.S. history that facts alone cannot convey. Interestingly, by fictionalizing certain historical events, the stories arrive at unspoken truths about these events.
Among the stories you will find new, humorous, and interesting insights on what really happened to Lindbergh's son, what was life like for a 1920's immigrant woman, and a view of what the U.S. political landscape might look like in the not-so-distant future if things continue going the way they are.
This anthology proposes a new, fresh look at U.S. history not taught in classrooms or history books. It is what makes it a great and uncompromising work. Don't miss.