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All in all it was time well spent for me & without hesitation I will buy more books by this writer. I read "Noah Gates" first & thought it was also well worth reading. Would enjoy sequels to both books.l
It was simply mesmerizing. It switched topics at all the right times and earned a groan of disappoint on each contextual curve ball thrown, but I could not use any of those as an excuse to put the book down and get about my business. Do you ever read a book and upon reaching the end you have a feeling of sadness that the journey is over and the wish that there was just one more chapter? This was that book for me.
Now, before I reccomend wings and a halo for Mr. Quist, let me say this. I have only been reading western genre books for a couple of months
now but the one trend that I notice more than other genre's of books is that they contain a lot of typo's and grammar mistakes. I guess my poor mind does not work efficiently as when I hit one of the aforementioned errors my mental brakes are applied bringing me to an unpleasant skidding stop. I spend some time re-reading the sentence or sentences in question to determine if I just misread or perhaps what I read is just Western lingo that I am not used to. Usually this is not the case. While Mr. Quist's writing is better than most and the errors are probably fewer than most, I have to wonder why the copy readers do not catch this (I cannot fault the author as his job is to poor the story in his head onto paper or into the computer as fast he can).
While I would like to see these errors go away from his books (and many other fine Western writers), the writing is just too darn good to keep from picking up his next Western when it becomes available. I will just have to experiment with alarms and such to allow me to live my life while reading his stories! :-)
Written in a way that made me feel like I was right there with them.
Many twists and turns. Good reading