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I've been a fan of Dan Simmons for years and this one is imaginative and unique even by his standards. What a strange and interesting book.Published 10 days ago by Travis
Dan Simmons did his research in order to write this book. He researched the Lakota language, customs, and beliefs extensively. Of course, it involves Custer, but in a unique way. Read morePublished 1 month ago by truesdal
Here's another winner from Dan. He jumps genres without problem. I knew the Custer basics, but this fleshes the historical aspect out.Published 2 months ago by mark the shark
Dan Simmons is a very talented writer who aptly displays the "show; don't tell" adage. I thoroughly enjoyed the first two-thirds of the book, though I'm generally not one... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Cathryn Wellner
Good book on the History of the Black Hills and the Indian tribes that inhabited the area, Always a fan of Dan Simmon's while this is not his best it is still a worthwhile read... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Brian S. Miller
One of Dan Simmons' best. I made the pilgrimage this summer to the Black Hills to walk in Paha Sapa's footsteps. Recommend reading the book and making the trip.Published 10 months ago by Pat Smelko
The Race Track is the Lakota term for an oval depression surrounding the Black Hills of South Dakota. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Matthew A. Bille