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The Final Storm: A Novel of the War in the Pacific by Jeff Shaara

Jeff Shaara’s recent novel The Final Storm (A Novel of the War in The Pacific) is more then just an Historical Novel, it is a Novel of History. A Novel of History being a story that centers around a real … Continue reading

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Threads West: An American Saga by Reid Lance Rosenthal

A fun read! This book is the first of a six book series about the trials and trbulations of a group of men and women during the great Westward expansion of the United States. I found Rosenthal’s work easy, but … Continue reading

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The Thorn Birds by McCullough Colleen

A captivating story/saga of unfulfilled deep love through three generations of women. The saga is balanced on the love story between Meggie Cleary and Father Ralph de Bricassart, Father Bricassart’s Love for Meggie is strong but his vows to the … Continue reading

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Khan: Empire of Silver: A Novel of the Khan Empire (Conqueror) by Conn Iggulden

A very enjoyable and insightful book. This is the kind reading I extremely enjoy. The book presents a great story while giving a wonderful lesson of an important if not very profound period of history. Conn Iggulden treats the reader … Continue reading

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The Time of Terror: A Novel by Seth Hunter

A wonderful historical novel. Seth Hunters’ marvelous prose makes you taste the sea air on the English Channel and feel the chilling terror of the French Revolution. His story is anchored excellently in historical fact with documented notes at the … Continue reading

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The Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton

The Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton My rating: 5 of 5 stars I found the Age of Innocence to be an incredibly beautiful book. It has been a long time since I’ve read anything so masterfully written. It is … Continue reading

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Attila by William Napier

An interesting and fun reading.  I enjoyed Christopher Hart’s (aka William Napier) wonderful writing style.  He balances a nice rich descriptive narrative with an ease of reading.  Educators might consider the book for students (9-12) as a supplement to their … Continue reading

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