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Reviewed in the United States on October 28, 2019
I've been a Louis L'Amour fan since the late 70s and somehow missed this book. His writings are always intriguing. The history he portrays as well as the detail of land is so graphic you can see it in your mind. He makes you get to know each character and what drive them in their quest for survival. One can feel the fondness for the details and see the details of the scenery if one closes their eyes. It's a trip to early California that has been neglected by so many others. He passed much too soon and left so much unwritten for us. It feels like you are watching what is happening in the story. He's always done that to me. I do miss him and wish he could have finished his Sackett anthology
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