As the name suggests this book take place over a 61 hour period. This is by far the best Reacher book I‘ve read so far.
I don‘t remember who recommended this book to me for #SouthDakota in the #ReadingUSA2019 challenge but I really loved it. All different worlds come together (the wild west, an Indian reservation and Nazi Germany) in this western about friendship and horses. Very atmospheric, very little is said but with so much meaning.
The book gets hardly any attention here on Litsy but it‘a absolutely worth reading.
This is the story of the American West, told from the Indian point of view. This was a bit of a chunkster and was slightly samey and repetitive in places, but I still found it fascinating and rather shocking. Even here in the UK, when I was at school, we were taught the ‘white man‘s‘ view of Indian history, so this was an eye-opener.
I presume you could use this for a number of states but I‘ve chosen #southdakota. #readingUSA2019
This was good. They may have been the only black family, but there were “Indians” nearby; Isaac hates the Indians, so Rachel took her cue from her husband (though she would need the help of one of the women later on). I especially liked the way it ended, and would love for there to be a sequel, as I‘d love to know what happens next!
Ugh, that‘s it I‘m calling it. I just don‘t care. I don‘t care if she sells a house. I don‘t care if she finds a boyfriend. I don‘t care who is kidnapping kids. I don‘t care that women in the town are prettier than her and in better shape. I just don‘t care! 🤷🏻♀️🤷🏻♀️🤷🏻♀️
Which is too bad, because I was listening for #SouthDakota for #ReadingUSA2019 - now to try and find another book for this state.