WATERSHEDS OF WORLD HISTORY is the story of the amazing path taken by the human race from monarchies to democracy and from mythology to reason. This is a kaleidoscope of human events to be enjoyed by everyone but especially by those who have little or no background in the world history and would like to appreciate and understand how the fragments of major events form a unified whole.
(Story synopsis from book cover.)
In February I was contacted by the author, John L. Taylor to write an honest review of his book, Watersheds of World History: From Monarchies to Democracy and From Myth to Reason. This was the first time that I was contacted directly by an author to write a review of a book for them, so I wanted to make sure that I did my very best in writing an honest review, looking at all aspects of the book. Being a high school teacher, I especially wanted to focus on how Watersheds of World History could work in the hands of students and how it could function as a resource in the classroom. Continue reading