Random House, 1987 - 176 strani
As Major Norman Starr is about to appear before a congressional committee to publicly account for his covert actions, he recalls the heritage of his ancestors and the role they played in the true glory of America. Bestselling author James Michener has painted a timeless family portrait and an eloquent lesson in American history.
"Michener is a master storyteller."
"From the Paperback edition.
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LibraryThing ReviewUporabnikova ocena - buffalogr - LibraryThing
This book is a topical review of American history told through generations of the Starr family. It's a short six hours and one third of it is recitation of the constitution (which I skipped). Covered ... Celotno mnenje
LibraryThing ReviewUporabnikova ocena - enemyanniemae - LibraryThing
Short, extremely interesting and Michener. Doesn't get much better. Michener always does sweeping sagas about the history of places. Chesapeake was enthralling. This one is different. It's the story ... Celotno mnenje