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by Raymond Burr,Barbara Carrera

  • Author: Raymond Burr,Barbara Carrera
  • ISBN: 0783215126
  • ePub: 1832 kb | FB2: 1910 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Universal Studios Home Entertainment
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Centennial Vols 1-12 VHS ePub download

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Raymond Burr (Actor), Barbara Carrera (Actor), Bernard McEveety (Director), Harry Falk (Director) & 1 more Rated: NR. Format: DV. Actors: Raymond Burr, Barbara Carrera, Richard Chamberlain, Robert Conrad, Richard Crenna. Directors: Bernard McEveety, Harry Falk, Paul Krasny, Virgil W. Vogel. Writers: Charles Larson, Jerry Ziegman, John Wilder. Many friends tell me Centennial is the best book they have read. Sometimes it is Mine too. The characters are generously portrayed, if sometimes unlovely.

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Nikobar
When Centennial first aired as a twenty-hour TV series in the 1980’s I was 100% mesmerized...totally captivated. The book is no exception. Ok truthfully, clocking in at 1,068 pages it may get a bit tiresome towards the end but still...a sweeping embodiment of place and space in time...in this case, the American west...Colorado’s Front Range.

Beginning with the indigenous Native Americans and fur trappers Pasquinel and McKeag; we eventually follow western migration with Levi Zendt; the Indian Wars; homesteaders; cattle drives; the railroad; ranches and farms; irrigation practices, immigration of Hispanics and others, plus so much more up to the mid-1970’s, this covers the entire scope of what happened in a particular place throughout time...as we call it...history.

A far-reaching and worthy novel of how conflicts and struggles over the ages were or were not resolved. Makes one ponder what happened in their corner of the world from so long ago.
Ricep
Michener is known for historical fiction and well researched facts and background. This is a stunning saga covering a controversial period in our history. The story is told from multiple points of view, with no political overtones or overt bias. This is a story of the human condition, the human spirit - good and bad. When you read a Michener book, you are both entertained and educated - but more importantly you are stimulated and make to think. This book was written in the 1970's but it is as relevant today as it was 40 years ago.
Whitecaster
Let me preface my comments by saying that Michener is my all time favorite author. That being said I didn't enjoy this book as much as I've enjoyed some of his others. The subject matter was fascinating as usual but the read felt disjointed, mostly towards the end. I would still recommend this book. The history of Colorado is violent and heartbreaking but also uplifting at the same time. The characters throughout most of the book, as usual, are fascinating and at some points endearing. I enjoyed reading this book and learning more about our wild, wild west.
Dyni
James Michener is hands down the best author of all time. His books often start a little slow but this section is always chock full of fascinating information. When he gets into the story it is always steady and often has fast paced sections. I find his books to be impossible to put down. His characters are always fully developed and one feels like you know them. Scenes are always fully set and bring the most amazing pictures to mind. Ticking boxes to describe his books really does not work for me. I did it but probably not well as his books are so much better than just about any others you can name. This one, Caravans, Hawaii, and Alaska are some that are so wonderful they make you feel as if you had lived them. You cannot go wrong choosing anything Mr. Michener has written.
Gralmeena
Another book read fifty years ago. Many friends tell me Centennial is the best book they have read. Sometimes it is Mine too. The characters are generously portrayed, if sometimes unlovely. The country builds in your mind and your soul. The stories are uplifting, mostly, of men who triumph through energy and determination. I love all of his books, his writing, his enormous sense of history that leads to a picture that builds the under story of today so that we understand how we came to be us, now, and how we build the future. These books,this author should be compulsory reading for students whatever they want to achieve.
Shalizel
Gardataur
I love this author and his writing. This is my 2nd time reading this, decades between. There is also a good dvd, purchased that too.
He writes so beautifully, starts at the beginning of time, I love that, and up to present day, not this present day but at time of writing. I have read most of his books, I wish he had lived forever!
As usual, so much research provided details one might otherwise need to discover in more formal texts. I like the revelations offered as part of the fictional story to place the reader in the environment and mood of the story. Maybe a bit more supposition and opinion that requires oneself to think about the interrelationships suggested in almost a soapy manner.
Not my favorite Michener tome, but worth the time investment for those of us who will never otherwise be exposed to the eras and issues explored the story telling.
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