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Chronicle of the Narvaez Expedition

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 16, 2008

    fantastic tale of survival

    I read this book while getting my BA in Spanish and I cannot believe it is not required reading of anyone studying American history. I thought the encounters with the native peoples were so interesting and the book has great historical value because it was written in the 1500's making it the oldest available book written about the USA. Better than any fiction I have read -

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 17, 2007

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    This book was awful! I had to read it over the summer as a requirement for taking honors World History and it was horrible. It was really boring and even though it's a short book, it dragged on and on. If you are required to read this for school you have my sympathies. If you have the option to read it, it's a book you should definitely pass by.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 7, 2004

    Too many holes

    I began this book with great expectations but found it lacking tremendously in details. For example, there's almost no explanation of how the author managed to get from Apalachicola Bay in Florida to Galveston Island off the Texas coast! The Nordic sagas offer more facts than this guy provides. One caveat I would offer is that the author obviously endured more hardships than almost anyone else in history, and his mere survival is a testament to his will to live.

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