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It was the summer that saw the birth of talking pictures, the invention of television, the peak of Al Capone’s reign of terror, the horrifying bombing of a school in Michigan by a madman, the ill-conceived decision that led the Great Depression, the thrillingly improbable return to greatness of a wheezing, over-the-hill baseball player named Babe Ruth and an almost impossible amount more.
I love the cover of this book and have heard a lot of good things about Bill Bryson. As there is one of his other books living on my shelves already I will keep it to that one to read and if I end up liking it I will probably end up adding all his books to my shelves. Love to hear what you think of this author! The woman put it back on the shelves but it was the last copy available.