It’s fair to say that Daniel James Brown’s The Indifferent Stars Above changed my relationship to reading for all time. I was in college and the cover caught my eye at the library. I had always been a reader, but mostly novels, memoirs, and self-help. I was sucked in Brown’s narrative about the Donner party from page one and didn’t look back until I flipped the final page. I had no idea that a history book could be so engaging. I then read
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