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Birdseye by Mark Kurlansky
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Jun 17, 2012

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Read from June 17 to 20, 2012

Three starts and three yeas! for Mark for his research and narrative-- this biography is straight forward and fact based-- he also includes a few other besides Bugs Birdseye-- but let me leave that for your curiosity--

This book is refreshing and a quick read-- and provides the reader an insight to an era gone by and a very informative look at a curious man with insatiable appetite for invention-- Heck I thought I was going to read how to to freeze a pea or a carrot-- but instead I saw inside the mind of truly great American inventor--

Three cheers -- could get four or more if there was a bit more crafty story telling-- that would provide a little more grit or energy into the book--

Never the less-- I suggest you read it for what it is -- a brief biography of a great American inventor--

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