I loved Child's book about water, too, but ... this one ... I absolutely like.
Overall, I really enjoyed this book and would highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in knowing more about the Anasazi culture.
Craig Childs and "House of Rain" took me to places I've been and most importantly, to places I've been unable to experience.
Thought provoking. Well done unusual style. I am inspired by this book to investigate further into the mystery of "the pueblo people."Published 9 days ago by Joel Kelley
I was absolutely fascinated with this book, the first of Childs' I read. It is sweeping in scope, and intricately detailed in description. Childs reminds me of Doug Peacock... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Dr. Wu
more like a travel story not history....lots and lots of data that seems contrivedPublished 21 days ago by 47114711
I picked this book up primarily for research for my own novel; I was not prepared to find such delicate, finely-wrought imagery. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Melissa Bowersock
great book in so many ways - just finished reading it a second time and got even more out of it!Published 1 month ago by Janet Price
Awesome information about Chaco Canyon. Very informative. Received in excellent condition.Published 1 month ago by Mary Dobbs
This book was great. I really felt like I was exploring the ruins right along side the author. He really drew me in. It was more like reading a good novel, not a non fiction book. Read morePublished 2 months ago by tami
Yes, I loved it.
Reviewers who say things like... "For those of us who live and breathe the Great Southwest...Sleeping Ute mountain... Read more
fascinating read following in the footsteps of the ancients of the southwPublished 4 months ago by Elaine Baker