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At Home by Bill Bryson
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Feb 06, 2012

it was amazing
Recommended for: Everyone!
I own a copy , read count: 1

Bill Bryson does it again. He takes a random topic and covers it in an amusingly hilarious way, while also imparting extremely interesting facts! I have read most of this books and have yet to be disappointed!

At Home travels throughout his own home in England and imparts facts about each room, and how it came to be, and interesting facts about important people in its creation in a fun way. The amount of research Bryson much do for each of this books astounds me.

If all history books were written by Bryson I think everyone would know a lot more about history! (and also a lot more useless facts - but I happen to be full of useless facts and quite enjoy knowing them.)

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