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Isaac’s Storm by Erik Larson

I don’t get all gushy and stalkerish over authors, but if I did, Erik Larson would be first on my list. He nails the idea of narrative non-fiction so well, I find myself so caught up with the story, that … Continue reading

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A Professor, A President, and A Meteor by Cathryn J. Prince

With a title like that, I expected a clash of titans. However, the subtitle, The Birth of American Science, is a lot closer to the meat of the book. A meteor hit Weston, Connecticut in 1807 and a fledgling American … Continue reading

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