Highly recommended to anyone interested in the ancient past of the Americas.
I just finished reading this book for the third time and I'm continually fascinated with the descriptions by David Roberts.
This is an excellent introduction to the Anasazi and Anasazi ruins and artifacts, including petroglyphs and pictographs.
David Roberts writes so well; I felt as if he was personally taking me along with him as he searched for Native American ruins in wild country.Published 4 months ago by fran Winckel
David Roberts, who wrote in Search of the Old ones,is an author of 23 other books that all focus on the History of the Southwest, adventure, canyoneering and mountaineering. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kerra
This book reads like a novel and is very well written and had me totally interested. I would recommend it to anyone who loves the Southwest and is interested in historyPublished 7 months ago by avid reader
David Roberts and Craig Childs do the best writing on the Southwest and it's cultures that are being done. Wonderful stories and observations. Terrific value used. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Robert Langham
Roberts has several snarky remarks about the natives he encounters and he seemed delighted to know Bruce Bradley tricked a Hopi Elder into giving him “inside” information by... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Dixie
This book has good information about the discoveries made of ancient dwellings. Good details on how they were discovered and how it went from there.Published 13 months ago by Fire Horse
Although I will not explore the canyons in the same depth as the offer, he has instilled in me the desire to uncover what I can.Published 15 months ago by Madelaine