One Summer by Bill Bryson
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One Summer Summary
The summer of 1927 began with one of the signature events of the twentieth century: on May 21, 1927, Charles Lindbergh became the first man to cross the Atlantic by plane nonstop, and when he landed in Le Bourget airfield near Paris, he ignited an explosion of worldwide rapture and instantly became the most famous person on the planet.
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"[T]his isn't history, nor is it really a story with a start, finish, and thematic spine. No analysis, only narrative - it's diverting but slight." - Publishers Weekly
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Bill Bryson Author Biography
Bill Bryson was born in Des Moines, Iowa. He moved to England, where he worked for The Times and The Independent, and wrote for many major British and American publications.
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