Killing England Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
Killing England is a great book. Our editors rated it with a top 5 stars.
User reviews about the book
Excellent Book, Brought the Revolutionary WarAlive
My first read of a “killing series” book, and it is excellent. A historian myself, I wanted to see how the book compared, especially on George Washington, to other historical renditions—it was excellent. In fact, I learned some new facts by reading this book, both on Washington, but also on the Revolution itself. For that, I am grateful. A good and fast read for all!
The best of the Killing Series!
Great book, read it twice. I have it in hard back, signed by Mr O’Reilly. Everyone should read this book, it’s worth it.
Faux News in Book Form
o'Reilly has laughed all the way to the bank with his so called history books. He assumes and makes conclusions based on no historical evidence for many of the pages found within. Skip it.
This was a fascinating, book that you will have to pry yourself from, if you want to keep commitments (like going to work, ha ha). This book is a little different because I am used to copious footnotes and references in history books, while this one is written more like a novel. There are notes on each chapter in the back of the book, which add a little more detail. On the other hand, I would appreciate it if those who pan the book would explain WHY they did so. To say it is “inaccurate” without giving verifiable facts, makes me wonder if they are writers for CNN 😱.
Learned more than I did from previous books on the subject. Didn’t want it to end. Looking forward to the next book!
By Buzz saw1
Very informative and well done. Completed in typical “Killing” style.
Overall interesting. However, since this book is titled “killing England” and not The American Revolution: it would have been nice if more attention could have been given to the other factors contributing to England’s lost of international standing.
This guy has a skewed view of history
Gen. Washington the man.
Great read, learned a lot about this great country that was never taught in my many years of schooling. Would have like to have had a little more back story leading up to the British ruling the USA, like the war with the Dutch.
I’ve listened to the audiotape twice. Great stories, personal intrigue, great overview of important battles.
Playboy, Howard Cosell, Gene Siskelr, Roger Ebert, Rush Limbaugh, Howard Stern, Bob Novak, Rowland Evans, Bill O'Reilly, Michael Moore, Donald Trump, Mark Cuban, Simon Cowell, Keith Olbermann & Michael Savage