A great tale well told. Even-handed depiction of the inherent conflict in the clash of two cultures radically different from one another. The author depicted the Comanches in all their cruelty and brutality but with a sympathy for their plight. There are no heroes nor villains here, but there is plenty of heroic and villainous activity. Superb reader. I couldn't stop listening.
A thorough and detailed history of a fascinating time. The writer combines social, economic and political history into a seamless tapestry that recaptures the flavor of an era. As someone who lived through this period, I thoroughly enjoyed remembering all the energy and quirkiness of the hippie era. I
Filled with trite generalizations and read in a breathless tone, this audio book was not worth finishing.
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