Who discovered America? : the untold history of the peopling of the Americas

by Gavin Menzies

Other authorsIan Hudson
Paper Book, 2013



Call number

E103 .M48 2013


New York, NY : William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, [2013]


Combining in-depth research with an adventurer's spirit to present a radical rethinking and new revelations relating to the Beringia theory of how humans discovered, explored, and settled the American continent.

User reviews

LibraryThing member mirrani
Here's the thing about books like this: you either believe what is written in them or you don't. I am not an expert on this subject, so I couldn't tell you whose research is right and whose is wrong and when I chose this book to listen to, I wasn't interested in anything other than hearing someone's theory on the subject. On that count this book hit the mark. It very clearly defined the author's position on the "discovery" of the Americas and what culture or person was the first to visit what area. Though I was hoping for something on the history of the Native Americans, I wasn't bothered by this suggested history of interaction with the Native peoples after they were already established.

Is any of the information in this book factual? That's not for me to say. I'll leave that debate for the experts. Did it provide some interesting possible history ideas to wrap my mind around? Sure, which is all that I really wanted anyway.
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LibraryThing member DanJlaf
Somewhat decent theory on chinese discovering Americia before columbus


Physical description

viii, 308 p.; 24 cm


006223675X / 9780062236753



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