Nikita Sarin Sarin itibaren La Bocana, Nikaragua
Read too many years ago to review it now.
I had some collection of his works as a kid/teen, read several of them. The ones (seems there was more than one) about live beings being walled in to structures especially bothered me. Haven't read all of this stories by any means, I think 3-5. Plus maybe one or two assigned in school at some point. And none of his poetry. Today, I Don't Have to read Poe! Yippee!
I liked it at the beginning. I had such high hopes for this book. But this ended my interest in the twilight series as a whole.
I learned some things about American history and touched on eras I don't usually study. Sections of the book were fascinating. Unfortunately, it began with a chapter about King Philip's War, which I had just finished reading in huge amounts of detail (in Mayflower). I felt that this subject was given a very one-sided picture. (English = bad, Indians = good) Unlike in Mayflower where the good and bad of both sides were portrayed. Because of this beginning, I wondered throughout the book if the views shown were slanted.