“This somewhat tongue-in-cheek narrative will captivate even the skeptics, directing their gaze upward at night.”
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“Reeves' book is more than an intimate study of Grant and his family in a critical period of the future president’s life; it is a study of a white middle-class America in which economics, p
“While the premise of this story is engaging the overall execution is wanting.”
The Velvet Underground, playing music far ahead of its time in mid-60s New York, has always been more written about than actually heard.
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“An engrossing story of the tumultuous final years of a movie icon.”
“Maddow's research reflects the danger inherent in an authoritarian state.
“Whatever the reader concludes, this book makes an exciting reading adventure, built on an enlightening study on analyzing legend and challenging popular history with scholarship and scienc
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“Chris Hemler, a historian who spent ten years on active duty in the U.S.