Paul's Reviews > Dogs of God: Columbus, the Inquisition, and the Defeat of the Moors

Dogs of God by James Reston Jr.
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Jun 22, 10

Read from June 10 to 22, 2010

The book centers around the year 1492, primarily covering the unification of the Spanish kingdoms, the final defeat of the Moors, and dealing with Jews and Muslims who were hanging out in Spain. "Dealing with" in the convert or die sort of way. It was also nice that it dispelled a lot of the nonsense surrounding Columbus (the nonsense you learn in American schools at least).

It's written in an easy to read narrative style that kept me interested throughout.
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06/11/2010 page 10
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06/14/2010 page 16
4.0% "Can definitely tell this is one of Reston's earlier books, so far the narrative isn't quite as tight as 'Defenders'."
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