Wednesday, November 17, 2010

DEAR MRS. KENNEDY by Jay Mulvaney


DEAR MRS. KENNEDY explores the assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy.  In the book, the reader is given the opportunity to read some of the most poignant letters sent to Mrs. Kennedy after the tragedy.  These letters demonstrate the compassion given to the First Lady and they also show the impact that one man had on the lives of so many.  This book gives an astute impression of what it was like to live through such a historically tragic event.
  The author succeeded in enlightening his readers on this important period in our history.   I set the book down both entertained and reassured of the good nature of people.  The author managed to capture the loss that the United States felt, while allowing a strong feeling of hope to permeate through the pages.  I would suggest this book to anyone who is interested in history.  I thoroughly enjoyed it.  However, it may not live up to the expectations of a reader who is not passionate about history. .

Reviewer Age:16
Reviewer City, State and Country: Midlothian, Virginia United States of America

1 comment:

Paul De Angelis said...

I am Paul De Angelis, co-author of DEAR MRS. KENNEDY, and I am SO IMPRESSED with this review! And I am so glad that you are passionate about history, because I am too and I'm convinced we can learn more about ourselves and the world through reading history than doing practically anything else . . . except maybe making music.