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The Oregon Trail Romance Collection: 9 Stories of Life on the Trail into the Western Frontier Kindle Edition
"Neverworld Wake" by Marisha Pessl
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As an avid reader who selects historical fiction by Christian authors almost exclusively for my pleasure reading, I think, over the past thirty plus years, that I have read every setting, theme and situation imaginable! Yet, I found within the covers of this book some wonderfully creative stories and situations with fresh spins which not only delighted and surprised me, but added markedly to very enjoyable reading. I read novellas because they are by favorite authors, but I prefer full length novels. I did find each of these stories fully developed stories that include plausible characters, interesting themes and a unique insight into the entire scenario of these 'people' and this place and time. Still, I was not ready to leave the trail when the end came! Basically, each of these individuals, for a variety of reasons, traveled west to find new lives. I wanted to be with them, to see how lives were changed and fulfilled in a new place!! Great job, ladies!
I highly recommend this book. While it is a compilation of fictional stories, each author's robust research and their understanding of the real stories of the Oregon Trail enabled these talented writers to produce stories that are reasonably realistic of the adventure, the hardships and life on the trail. And, as I expressed previously, as much as I was tired of the dust and the endless miles of walking and as exhausted as I was at the end of each day, there were so many new friends that I regrettably left them to settle into their new lives. I hope some day to catch up with them!