This week’s review of Thirty-Eight in The Weekly Standard highlights how so many New Englanders have grown up hearing stories from their families about what happened to them on September 21, 1938.
Reviewer Robert Whitcomb writes, “Stephen Long clearly and dramatically, and sometimes with droll humor details the mayhem produced by torrential rain followed by winds that gusted to nearly 200 miles an hour on Blue Hill, south of Boston. He serves up a mix of regional history, meteorology, botany, ecology, politics, economics—all seasoned with anecdotes. ”
You can read the full review here.