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On general so far this book is something I would recommend for anyone to read!!
And it lays out the geography of that land -- a distant range of hills, the river, the coulees, the town -- which the book will return to again and again.
If you reading these words, you're half-way home, half-way to deciding to read this book.
Interesting but confusing storylines. Hard mix or reality and fiction.Published 2 months ago by Mike Lake
This book is absolutely amazing!!! This is the first time I have read it and I loved it! I like books about frontier plans and history. Read morePublished 8 months ago by keepingitreal
The Kindle rendering is poor. My delivery was to Kindle App for iPad and question if reading on a Kindle would be different. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Sue Werner
Wolf Willow is Wallace Stegner's "memoir" of his youth in Saskatchewan nearly a century ago, a narrative augmented by his gripping reconstruction of the vicissitudes of a landscape... Read morePublished 12 months ago by J. Michael Thompson/Sharon Thompson
I grew up on the northern plains and have never read a more apt description of the life and lives of my childhood than this book. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Robbin Schindele
I learned so much about lower Canada. His conclusion is impactful. The short story is outstanding. One of my favorite Stegner books.Published 20 months ago by Susan Lind
I'm gifting our local library of all of writer's
books I can locate.
This book arrive in good shape and has been donated
Wallace Stegner is known as a "western" author, and this book gives insight into why that is true. Stegner covers stories from his own childhood, but spends much of the book on... Read morePublished 24 months ago by Alcapitan