Home Feed
Home
Search
Search
Add Review, Blurb, Quote
Add
Activity
Activity
Profile
Profile
The Demon of Unrest: Abraham Lincoln & America’s Road to Civil War
The Demon of Unrest: Abraham Lincoln & America’s Road to Civil War | Erik Larson
3 posts | 6 to read
The internationally bestselling author of The Splendid and the Vile brings to life the pivotal five months between the election of Abraham Lincoln and the start of the Civil War—a slow-burning crisis that finally tore a deeply divided nation in two.
Amazon Indiebound Barnes and Noble WorldCat Goodreads LibraryThing
blurb
Scochrane26
post image

Just an FYI for the fans of Erik Larson who live near enough to attend. Hosted by Joseph-Beth bookstore in Cincinnati, more info is on their site under events.

marleed I saw him speak about the tagged on the evening 13Mar2020. His wife worked in a NYC hospital. He flew from there to Chicago to a packed auditorium in Kansas City. His airport layover was eerie. It was clear he was concerned (no hand shaking or book signing). I look at my unsigned copy of the tagged on my shelves and always remember that this is when a pandemic got real for me. 3d
Scochrane26 @marleed That‘s an interesting memory. I hope you were able to enjoy his talk. The last book signing I went to before was Erin Morgenstern & Alix E Harrow, but it was in Jan or Feb of 2020. 2d
jlhammar So excited for a new Larson! 1d
22 likes3 comments
blurb
Susanita
post image

1. I‘m going to Malice Domestic at the end of the month! Sujata Massey is the Guest of Honor, so that‘s a good reason to keep reading in the Perveen Mistry series.
2. Not preordered, but I put the tagged book on hold on Libby.
#two4tuesday

TheSpineView Love using Libby. Thanks for playing! 3w
36 likes1 comment
blurb
RamsFan1963
post image

The tagged book for sure. Erik Larson is an auto-pick author for me. This is his first book dealing with the American Civil War era, I expecting it to be detailed, well researched, and very informative.

#SundayFunday @BookmarkTavern

AmyG Nice. I love his books. This should be especially interesting considering the climate we live in. (edited) 3mo
BookmarkTavern That sounds really interesting! Thanks for posting! 3mo
46 likes3 stack adds2 comments