I just finished David McCullough’s latest book, The Wright Brothers, and it is such an amazing book that I suspect another Pulitzer Prize will be coming McCullough’s way very shortly.
One literary critic once said that David McCullough was “incapable of writing a bad page of prose” and I couldn’t agree more. It’s hard, if not impossible, to find anything he has written that isn’t pure gold. The Wright Brothers is no exception.
In this wonderful book, McCullough chronicles the lives of the Wright brothers as they discover the keys to heavier-than-air flight. Along the way the reader gets to meet the entire Wright family including their preacher father, known as the Bishop, and their sister, Katherine, who had a huge role to play in lives of her famous brothers.Read More »