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Ron Chernow
Ron Chernow won the National Book Award in 1990 for his first book, The House of Morgan, and his second book, The Warburgs, won the Eccles Prize as the Best Business Book of 1993. His biography of John D. Rockefeller, Sr., Titan, was a national bestseller and a National Book Critics Circle Award... show more

Ron Chernow won the National Book Award in 1990 for his first book, The House of Morgan, and his second book, The Warburgs, won the Eccles Prize as the Best Business Book of 1993. His biography of John D. Rockefeller, Sr., Titan, was a national bestseller and a National Book Critics Circle Award finalist.
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Birth date: January 01, 1949
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charlton
charlton rated it 2 weeks ago
I got this book for my wife because she loves the music from the musical.Yeah,she didn't want to read the book so much. So I read this book and for me,because I like history,I really liked this book.We start with his birth and life in the Caribbean.Then he is in the colonies and The Revolutionary Wa...
Peregrinations
Peregrinations rated it 3 months ago
It has been a couple of years since I read this and it is time to read it again. How long has it been? Since before I joined BookLikes!
Aren's Library
Aren's Library rated it 11 months ago
So I joined this "hot" book with the play and everything. I enjoyed it.
DaisyReads
DaisyReads rated it 1 year ago
This is my first book review on BookLikes, and I'm happy that it is for Alexander Hamilton. This is a five star book. This is one of those books that you wish would never end, and when it does, you have to sit and absorb everything you just read. Ron Chernow writes his biography so that it reads a...
Amber's Thoughts
Amber's Thoughts rated it 1 year ago
As I finished this book, the following image came to me: At the roots of every tree are bacteria and fungi, life forms we may think of as “icky” which are essential to the health of the tree. In and on our own bodies as well, innumerable tiny organisms thrive, and this population keeps us functionin...
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