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The book was terrific, my first historical fiction on the Civil War. The audiobook was read by Joe Morton who used a variety of really wonderful voices for the various characters. Definitely recommended.

I'm not a huge fan of Bill O'Reilly, but I really enjoyed the book. Reading quite a number of books about Lincoln and the Civil War helped in some of the areas that the book glosses over. But I learned some new things about the final days of the Civil War. I'd recommend this book only if it isn't your first book on the subject.

Though this book was published in 2000, the thinking three rules of epidemics are still relevant and meaningful. Highly recommended, even if you read it 10 years ago.

Listening to the audiobook right now and it's terrific. Enjoying every minute. Read by the author!

from Lauren Conrad

Tuesday Ten: Our Fall Reading List

Tales from the Back Row by Amy Odell

Some terrific ideas from Daniel Pink. Will R-Thinker rule? I hope so!! A very good read.