Seabiscuit: An American Legend
Publish date: November 9th 2004
Pages no: 496
Edition language: Spanish
, Book Club
, American History
, Biography Memoir
, Sports And Games
This is the story of a racehorse, Seabiscuit, who became a darling of the public during the Great Depression. Back then racing was big in America and a lot of people saw their own struggles reflected in this underdog horse and his winning spirit. This is the kind of book that reviewers love to say r...
I wasnt sure if I would like this as I usually don't get excited about sports related writing but this book was extremely interesting and suspenseful. Definitely a "root for the underdog" kind of story. The challenges this jockey and horse went through are unreal! Plus it was neat to read all the fa...
The only reason why I'm giving this book 2 stars, is that it was a little bit better than fifty shades of Grey, and I don't think they deserve to be in the same categories.
This review is not to revere SeaBiscuit, he doesn’t need me to expound upon his virtues, he’s already won the honors of the greatest racehorse in history and you would be a fool not to read this book and enjoy the ride; this review is to honor the author Laura Hillenbrand. Never have I seen such pa...
Yes, Seabiscuit was a genius. For a horse, he was a genius. I love this author. I love Seabiscuit. I just loved the whole thing. And I hate horse racing as a sport because it is simply exploitation of horses for gambling profits. But because Seabiscuit was such a treasure, I was willing to overlook ...
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