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The Dangerous Book of Heroes: Book summary and reviews of The Dangerous Book of Heroes by Conn and David Iggulden
The Dangerous Book of Heroes Summary
Brothers Conn and David Iggulden present their big book of heroes: the men and women who have shaped our lives and inspired generations. This treasure chest of saints, rogues, and champions of causes great and small is filled with names you will surely recognize, such as George Washington and Martin Luther King Jr. and Sir Henry Morgan and Edith Cavell, whose roles in history are no less significant or exciting. From Helen Keller and Scott of the Antarctic to Sitting Bull and the passengers of Flight 93, this dangerous book is dedicated to those who dove headfirst into battle, those who made amazing discoveries, and those who moved boundaries in their lifetimes.
The Dangerous Book of Heroes Reviews
"In this off-key collection of biographical sketches, the authors of the bestselling Dangerous Book for Boys series stumble over the limitations of retro puerility as a worldview." - Publishers Weekly
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Conn and David Iggulden Author Biography
Born in London, Conn Iggulden read English at London University and worked as a teacher for seven years before becoming a full-time writer. He is the author of the number one bestselling Emperor series
about Julius Casear; The Dangerous Book for Boys and its many variations;
and the Conqueror series about the life of Genghis Khan. In 2007 he was
the first author to simultaneously hold the No 1 position on the Sunday Times
Bestseller nonfiction and fiction lists for The Dangerous Book for Boys
and Wolf of the Plains.
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