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  • Strong start that fades into speculation

    I DNFd this a little more than halfway in. While the first part was an enjoyable, if somewhat repetitive, historical look at what is known about the lost colony of Roanoke - the second seems to be the author meeting up with a lot of people who don’t really know anything definitive. I liked the first half, especially the background on the politics and history that led to the Roanoke settlement as well as initial attempts to find out what happened to them. Also understanding the relations that various explorers had with indigenous people and how that impacted these various settlements/colonies. However, I was disappointed in interviews with people who dug up pots in their back yard claiming they were “proof” only to have the author explain why archaeologists/historians/scientists/etc know it can’t be true. Same thing with maps and other finds. I just lost interest. I enjoyed the narration by David H Lawrence XVII.

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