Burak Soydan Soydan itibaren Sern, Mazandaran, İran
this is a pretty exhaustive history.
Liz Keckley was a slave for over 3 decades before earning her freedom. She was a seamstress "advanced" and worked for Mrs. Jefferson Davis as well many in high society in Washington D.C. She eventually became Mary Lincoln's seamstress and confidant. Liz Keckley provided many very interesting insights on both the Lincolns. She knew of Mr. Lincoln's stresses, his reading of the Bible with his favorite book being Job. Of Mrs. Lincoln's spending habits and the problems they brought to the president. She travelled with Mrs. Lincoln to NYC to sell her clothes after the assassiantion of the president. Mrs. Keckley ws the first one Mrs Lincoln called for after the murder of the president.
Very techie/geeky book. Filled with lots of techno-speak. Starts out as a very intriguing thriller, but about half way through it losses something, too disjointed maybe. I felt the ending was weak. I understand the author's point/concept but it was a weak ending.
i love this book although you could guess the ending from the middle of the book but it all depends how you comprehend it all