Lincoln's Last Days
By Bill O'Reilly & Dwight Jon Zimmerman
- Release Date: 2012-08-21
- Genre: Biography
Lincoln's Last Days Bill O'Reilly & Dwight Jon Zimmerman Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
Lincoln's Last Days is a gripping account of one of the most dramatic nights in American history—of how one gunshot changed the country forever. Adapted from Bill O'Reilly's bestselling historical thriller, Killing Lincoln, this book will have young readers—and grown-ups too—hooked on history.
In the spring of 1865, President Abraham Lincoln travels through Washington, D.C., after finally winning America's bloody Civil War. In the midst of celebrations, Lincoln is assassinated at Ford's Theatre by a famous actor named John Wilkes Booth. What follows is a thrilling chase, ending with a fiery shoot-out and swift justice for the perpetrators.
With an unforgettable cast of characters, page-turning action, vivid detail, and art on every spread, Lincoln's Last Days is history that reads like a thriller. This is a very special book, irresistible on its own or as a compelling companion to Killing Lincoln.
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I'm still reading this with my class and so far it's been great!
Lincoln's Last Days
This was a quick read and enjoyable from start to finish. Loved learning all the historical facts surrounding Lincoln's final days. I recommend this to everyone.
This is a very great book. Good for kids and adults.The best cable news show just became the best selling writers. Good job Bill O'Reilly. In my opinion.
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