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HISTORY GEEK WARNING! *no, that's not the title*

by Sam

George Washington, Spymaster: How the Americans Outspied the British and Won the Revolutionary War

Ok, the title is lengthy, but it's a great book. Even if you aren't American and probably don't care, it's cool for what it is. If you enjoy codes, ciphers, espionage- that kind of thing (like moi) it's also really good for that.

I've snuck this into my language arts class...we're supposed to be reading biographies, but...I guess it could be classified as one, right?

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Tue Nov 02, 2010 1:41 am
IgnisandGlacialis wrote a review...

I haven't read this, but it sounds interesting! I do love history :)
And I love codes and ciphers and espoinage, it sounds exciting!
Yes, it could be classified as a biography ... A biography of American history ...

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Sat Mar 12, 2005 2:43 am
DarkerSarah says...

Is it a fiction based on fact, or nonfiction?

I love history, so either way, it sounds interesting.

Unless it's not very well written, like the Da Vinci Code.

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