Touring the Carolina's Civil War Sites

By Clint Johnson

I don't read many non-fiction books, but when I do, they have to be REALLY awesome sounding. I am also a big history lover, on top of being from North Carolina, so I jumped on the chance to review Touring The Carolina's Civil War Sites....

The Decline of the Epic?

By Jason Goetz

Book One introduces the reader to some of the greatest Western epics, such as Homer’s Iliad and Odyssey, Virgil’s Aeneid, Milton’s Paradise Lost, Dante’s The Divine Comedy and many others. Each epic is summarized in a short synopsis, which is followed by the author’s commentary....

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Touring Virginia's and West Virginia's Civil War Sites

By Clint Johnson

Clint Johnson's book, Touring Virginia's and West Virginia's Civil War Sites, is jam-packed with fascinating information, pictures and historical details. The book is organized into 18 different tours, 4 in the state of West Virginia and 14 in the state of Virginia. Each chapter is...

The Non-Orthodox Jew's Guide to Orthodox Jews

By David Baum

The purpose of this book is to promote a better understanding of the ways of the Orthodox Jew by the non-Orthodox Jew. An explanation of the Torah with instructions for living is included. The Jews possess a Written Torah (the first five books of Moshe)...

Thunder From a Clear Sky

Stovepipe Johnson's Confederate Raid on Newburgh, Indiana
By Raymond Mulesky

I honestly don't usually review non-fiction books. However, something called me to review this one, and quite frankly, I really enjoyed this book. It was surprisingly a really great book written by an author who knows what he was researching. I liked it because it...

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The Knight Family Legacy

One Family's Story
By Marilyn R Hill-Sutton

Marilyn R. Hill-Sutton is the wife of a Knight family descendant. She took on the task of tracing the family roots back to the early 1830's before the civil war. The book takes readers from the civil war through the death of Major John Knight...

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Then I Came Home

By Sam Gaylord

This is a book with unrealized potential. As a memoir, the author takes the reader through a deprived childhood that he escapes when the author joins the Marines. His expectations are dramatically violated with a tour of duty in Viet Nam; the author comes home...

The Learners Of Owamboland

The Children of Twaalulilwa School
By Gina Hutchins Inman, Dr. Karen Hutchins Pirnot

Readers' Favorite Gold Medal Award WinnerGina Hutchins Inman is a German-American citizen. In her desire to give to those less fortunate than herself, she traveled to Owamboland, Namibia, Africa where she spent 8 weeks with the children of the Twaahililwa School. She enjoyed the simplicity...

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There Goes My Everything

White Southerners in the Age of Civil Rights, 1945-1975
By Jason Sokol

Sokol's approach was unique, for his focus is on the ordinary white southerners. Sokol is a doctoral candidate in American history at the University of California, Berkeley. Well-researched and thoughtful, previous to the civil rights movement people lived by tradition and segregation seemed natural and unchallengeable...