"[A] mammoth epic of the islands, [a] vast panorama, wonderful."
THE BALTIMORE SUN
America's preeminent storyteller, James Michener, introduced an entire generation of readers to a lush, exotic world in the Pacific with this classic novel. But it is also a novel about people, people of strength and character; the Polynesians; the fragile missionaries; the Chinese, Japanese, and Filipinos who intermarried into a beautiful race called Hawaiians. Here is the story of their relationships, toils, and successes, their strong aristocratic kings and queens and struggling farmers, all of it enchanting and very real in this almost mythical place.
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Review: HawaiiUser Review - Shazia - Goodreads
I'm hoping to go to Hawaii, and found that Michener's book, Alaska, was a delightful way to learn about the history of that great state. He is a somewhat pedestrian writer, but the value of learning ... Read full review
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This book is fascinating. As a child I acquired a first edition, then foolishly I gave it to a friend who never returned it. Now I see full well why it subsequently received such high critical acclaim ... Read full review
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