Besides spiritual readings, I typically take some time to read in other areas as a mental break from ministry. Here’s this weekend’s leisure reading review.
Barbara W. Tuchman. The Guns of August. New York, NY: Presidio Press, August 3rd, 2004. 640 pp.
Ever since the 100 years anniversary of World War One in 2014, I’ve been fascinated with the history of this war especially with the origins of the war and what went on during the early months of the conflict. This work satisfied my curiosities and met my expectations. I must add a word of caution here that this is my first book I have picked up on World War One (currently I’m going through my second by the popular historian Max Hastings).
In the Author’s note Barbara Tuchman tells the story of how the book came to be written and how she originally wanted to write about…
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