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It's a book that makes you want to read more about the past, and to think more about the future.
(Spoilers ahead) There are a myriad of characters in this story, almost too many for me to keep up with.
I can count on one hand the number of books over a fifty year period that I started and did not finish.
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 5 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 10 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 13 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 15 months ago by Bernie Butt
I loved WEST OF HERE as I enjoyed the historical perspective versus current times. Evison's description of the area and his characters is colorful, detailed, and fun. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Gwynn Rogers
I found this book to be a major disappointment. The plot was thin, the characters shallow, and the book did nothing to illuminate the richness of the history of Northwest Native... Read morePublished 20 months ago by always shopping
A delightful novel with a local Pacific Northwest theme has many characters, sort of an ensemble cast, with two related story lines, over a hundred years apart, with many of the... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Michael P. McCullough