Rated out of 4 📚
  1. Alexander Hamilton by Ron Chernow
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    📚📚📚📚 I bought this book in some sale at Barnes and Noble at least 6 years ago and it's been waiting on my shelf ever since. Thanks to Lin-Manuel Miranda, I was finally ready to tackle it and I'm so glad.
  2. Hamilton: The Revolution by Lin-Manuel Miranda
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    📚📚📚📚 This tells the story of creating and producing the play interspersed with the annotated libretto. Probably the closest I'll get to actually seeing the play.
  3. Founding Brothers by Joseph Ellis
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    📚📚📚 So I got on a bit of a revolutionary kick in May (technically I'm still on it). It's been fun for me to read a lot of books on one topic and feel like I'm really getting it!
  4. The Husband's Secret by Liane Moriarty
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    📚📚📚📚 Took a history break to read for my book clubs, starting with this one. I absolutely loved it! After this and reading What Alice Forgot a couple months ago, I'm officially a fan and will be reading all her other books soon.
  5. The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion
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    📚📚📚📚 I read this for the first time a few years ago and I recommend it to others often. It's sweet, funny, and an easy read.
  6. 1776 by David McCullough
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    📚📚📚 Focused a ton on specifics of lots of battles and less on anything else that happened during that year, which isn't what I was expecting. Still good though!