Book Review 46 pages Essay

1043 Words Nov 6th, 2013 5 Pages
Elliot Loud
Triston Young
46 Pages

Im going to give you my take on the book 46 pages by Scott Liell. This book was first copyrighted in 2003. This book is general consensuses of how Scoot Liell viewed Thomas Paine’s writing of Common Sense and the Turning point to Independence and how they effected the colony’s. He shows us the true meaning of Thomas Paines writings and how valuable they were even after nearly two and a half century’s. This novel is written in a third person person point of view we get a first row seat in the viewing of how Thomas Paines writing of the Common Sense. Liell goes into great detail to show us how substantial Common Sense really was, and how it shaped life into
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You get a true sense of the struggle and the effort put forth by Thomas Pane. Lille evokes his true feelings that Common Sense embodies what life is today. In merely one year Thomas pains writing spread throughout the colonies and sold over 500,000 copies.

The power of his book was not only the substantial amount of people that were reading it. It was in fact the single more powerful people that were reading it such as Thomas Jefferson and John Adams. Both men who contributed in writing the declaration of independence in 1776. Both men were moved by the book so much as to take it upon themselves to integrate and base the declaration upon this writing. Lille shows us that this one man that is passionate about life and puts his heart and soul into something he believes can make a world of difference.

In conclusion 46 Pages was not like any other history book I have ever read it took a little while to get into but it doesn’t read like a history book more like a story. Lille directs his work at the general history reading individuals, in doing so creates a novel just for them. His work is short and to the point he doesn’t use big words that will confuse you he just makes the story flow. Overall this was a good read a well written book that teaches you about Common Sense a ground breaking book that altered history indefinitely. I grew up in the United States, I have always been taught that the American Revolution was the throwing off the King’s

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