Tales of Titans

Vol. 3: Founding Fathers, Women Warriors & WWII

Non-Fiction - Historical
188 Pages
Reviewed on 04/06/2021
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Reviewed by Daniel D Staats for Readers' Favorite

In the third volume of Tales of Titans, Founding Fathers, Women Warriors & WWII, Rich DiSilvio delights us with his information on the Founding Fathers. These short biographies of men like James Madison, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton, and the other men who played major roles in the founding of the United States are full of information and facts that many may not know. After informing the reader of the great men who shaped this country, DiSilvio gives short biographies of people like Harriette Tubman, Elizabeth Stanton, and Susan B. Anthony. DiSilvio does use creative license to include some possible conversations between these women. He does this for Roosevelt and Churchill and as well with Hitler and one of his old friends. These conversations are plausible and make for interesting reading.

One of the greatest complaints I hear about books on historical figures is that they tend to be boring. Readers won’t become bored with reading the biographies found in Tales of Titans, Vol. 3 Founding Fathers, Women Warriors & WWII by Rich DiSilvio. That is because DiSilvio is a master of keeping the reader’s interest. He presents each biography so that it leads naturally into the next biography and keeps the reader wanting to keep reading. This book teaches much-needed history lessons. DiSilvio makes sure the facts are presented in such a way as to hold the reader’s interest. DiSilvio takes great pains to present information that many readers—unless they are a historian—do not know. The Founding Fathers, important women in the abolition movement and women’s suffrage movement, and World War II leaders are presented and made to come to life!