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Borrow this one from the library so you don't waste your own money.
Very few authors can pull off intricately structured novels that weave back and forth between multiple characters and moments in history.
(Spoilers ahead) There are a myriad of characters in this story, almost too many for me to keep up with.
I was disappointed in that it was not a very good historical novel. In fact, I stopped reading it about 1/3 of the way through. I didn't like the characters enough to continue.Published 22 days ago by Kathryn B. Creedy
I gave the book two stars because I read half of it before giving up. As one who has hiked the Olympic Mountains, I looked forward to an historical look at this pristine place. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Robert 'greening
I did not like the writing style. I read chapter 1 and skipped forward to see if things improved only to delete the book from my account.Published 7 months ago by science9teacher
West of here unfortunately covers its many literary flaws by resorting to magic. An otherwise majestic story of the life of a frontier town from 1880 to present is scarred and... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Mike Whitman
So now I want to see the Pacific Northwest and it feels a bit like home. I'm not sure Jonathan Evison thought about how he would now motivate legions of people to see and trample... Read morePublished 14 months ago by C. P. Lincoln
I read this book, but I can't remember much about it at all. But I don't remember not liking it, so I surmise that it was readable, just not memorable. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Bernie Butt