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Sarah Vowell writes with a simplicity and humor that I enjoy. There is history, social comments, and personal stories mixed together in such an interesting mix. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Molly Brown
Sarah's wit is only superseded by her diligence as a explorer of Americana.Published 1 month ago by David A. Nelson-gal
A really good book and an easy read. Once you start it's hard to put down.Published 2 months ago by Charlotte Hinson
Vowell is at her best when writing about history. Her personal views are uninteresting.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Long haired cats. Early American Furniture . Hot Dogs. John Deere Tractors . Encyclopedias .Twinkies . Read morePublished 3 months ago by Julie
I have read quite a few of Sarah Vowell's books, and have thoroughly enjoyed them all. This one, being more of a collection of essays, seemed a little disjointed, which is why I'm... Read morePublished 3 months ago by William I. Kipp