Category Archives: American History

The Wright Brothers Book by David McCullough

The Wright Brothers: Flying in Sky Two times Pulitzer winner, David McCullough has gifted the literature world another outstanding book. The Wright Brothers is a true story based on the invention background of aero plane. The writers have discovered the real fact behind all the stories whispered in the air about the invention. Two courageous brothers had put… Read More »

Redeployment PDF by Phil Klay: Book Review and Summary

Redeployment: Life with Wars Phil Klay’s latest book Redeployment is about the soldiers of America. Their total situation is described in all over the book. Phil Klay has been outstanding while telling the story about Iraqi and Afghanistan wars. Though the characters in this novel are unreal, their life stories are real. In some aspects all of them… Read More »

Book Review: God, Guns, Grits and Gravy PDF by Mike Huckabee

God, Guns, Grits and Gravy: Truth of American Culture Mike Huckabee has delivered one of his best writings recently. God, Guns, Grits and Gravy is a story of a candidate for presidential election. In the book, the view and observation of the author have been described correctly. Story of the small towns is a matter of attraction throughout… Read More »

Book Review: Killing Patton – The Famous Assassination of World War II

A Great Book on the Famous Assassination of World War II: “Killing Patton” This famous book is based on the death of the famous brave General George Patton. The main purpose of this book was to find out whether the death was an assassination or an accident. It is one of the follow-up books of the assassination series… Read More »

Ken Follett Trilogy, Best Novels

Ken Follett Trilogy: an analysis of the major masterpieces The good, bad and the ugly tells it all. The Ken Follett trilogy offers a variety in terms of literary masterpiece, and obviously catering to the demands of being the bestsellers. Fall of Giants forms the first part of the century trilogy and it sets up the exact benchmark… Read More »

The Bully Pulpit, Book by Doris Kearns Goodwin, Summary and Review

The Bully Pulpit Review Presenting the historical facts and incidents in such a way that they make you question the need for fiction is truly an art indeed. Many are not gifted with this talent, but Doris Kearns Goodwin seems to have it in abundance. Her book, The Bully Pulpit, on the lives of two of the most prominent… Read More »

Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims: Review and Summary

“Rush Revere and the brave pilgrims,” is about a teacher who comes as a substitute and teaches students. His command over unique methods about time travelling adventures, turning into American History is a surprise of element for most of the students. Rush Revere, the substitute teacher, often talks about history and jumps to the year 1620 and briefs… Read More »