|Title||:||Myths and Mysteries of Ohio: True Stories of the Unsolved and Unexplained|
|Number of Pages||:||224|
Myths and Mysteries of Ohio: True Stories of the Unsolved and Unexplained Reviews
This book was a gift so I forced myself to read it. Otherwise I would have put it down after the first few pages. Its cover categorizes it as a history book, but it is a very big stretch to call it that. The author assigns a chapter to each of thirteen individual topics which have at best a sketchy relationship to a myth or a mystery. Some facts regarding each topic are presented. But the narrative is spoiled by the constant intrusion of the author's personal commentary; an unpleasant, judgmenta [...]
I wanted this book to be full of quirky mysteries or interesting facts, but since the author could not just share the stories but also had to throw in her own commentary(not funny by the way) it really made this a horrible read. It took me forever to read it because i don't give up on a book, but this one i was VERY close.
This is a very fun read. I enjoyed the fun overview in each section. This is not an in-depth scientific study of each place. There is humor and a nice quick read of each place. FUN!
This was interesting. It wasn't creepy or scary but it was fun. The authors humor was well placed. It was a quick read if you want to take to the beach.