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cancelled from kobo,added to amazon and transferred to kindle,works finePublished 4 months ago by colin e jacobsen
It's the images that remain - the migration of thousands of borderless birds decade after decade, regardless of the influx of waves of uniquely different settlers on land first... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Eleanor Cowan
I enjoy Michener's offerings. This book makes for a good read,
I wish it was in DVD format. Thank you.
Of the seven James Michener long historical novels I've read so far, this is the best. The man is a genius writer, a great wordsmith, and superb story-teller. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Daniel Kasowitz
Once again, James Michener has created a wonderful story about a place, Colorado this time. From the rock formation, to its inherent animals, and, afterwards, the people - indians,... Read morePublished on May 24 2004 by J R Zullo
I've had this book likely over seven years, and it has taken all of that to get through this: seven starts and stops, but at the end here the determination to see the read... Read morePublished on March 2 2004 by rodboomboom
I've been fortunate enough to read several of James A. Michener's works, and CENTENNIAL is by far my favorite from this gifted author. Read morePublished on April 1 2003 by D. Mikels
This was my first Michener...always wanted to read this one, but the size was intimidating. Finally got around giving it a shot!
Overall, I enjoyed the experience! Read more
Even though I am only 13 this is my second Michener and he lives up to the same quality as Hawaii. With a whole different setting this book is incredible. Read morePublished on June 20 2001 by Garrett M. Imeson