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Posted June 8, 2001
George Bernard Shaw says somewhere that one can better learn about the past from historical novels than from history texts. That's not generally true, I think; but Bell's recreation of events in the first two years of the 1791¿1803 Haitian revolution ¿ All Souls Rising ¿ is the kind of work Shaw must had in nind. Master of the Crossroads, the second work in his trilogy, carries Bell's account to 1801. Both books are imaginatively conceived, extensively researched, and brilliantly written. I recommend them highly.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.