I like anything Egan writes. This was a very unusual way of describing the NW. Kept my interest till the end.Published 14 days ago by Highlander born!
Everyone should read this book and take note of who we are and what we've done , and think about what we can do to changePublished 1 month ago by Kaye L. Cunningham
I have lived in the NW all my life. This book really connected me to it and to some of the environment our ancestors naively destroyed. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Pati
Timothy Egan is the N.Y. Times' former Pacific Northwest correspondent stationed in Seattle and he writes with love and insight about the region. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Stephen Kadel
Very good historical scenes about our end of the country. Some surprising information. It encompasses all of the Pacific Northwest.Published 5 months ago by Pennybear
Now I do not mind the Indians netting Salmon outside the Ballard Locks. Better them than us! Brings back memories of George H. W. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Ike
I have lived most of my 75 years of life in the Northwest and certainly didn't know much of the history of the places Egan described. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Stephen J. Carmichael