I thought my followers might gain some insight on a review of my book by a fellow blogger and RRBC member.
Parts I & II are heavily laced with those memories, while Parts III & IV delve into more objective history. Although references are used throughout the book.
I’m not sure how to classify this book. Sometimes it reads like a subjective memoir, and at other times it reads like an objective history (I’m using the word “objective” on account of the citations made). I don’t mean this as a criticism, just an observation.
It is a sad yet triumphant story that reminds us of the accomplishments that real people can make as a community without reliance on the outside. However, and quite sadly…
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