Norman Dietz, named by AudioFile magazine as one of the "Best Voices of the Century", performs the foundational true adventure saga of American history, The Journals of Lewis and Clark. Edited by Nicholas Biddle, the journals are the harrowing, illuminating, and important account of the two-year expedition begun in 1804 by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark in an effort to map the vast territory west of the Mississippi and south of Canada.
Suffering comrades’ deaths, Indian confrontations, and experiencing the grandeur and the desolation of the West, The Journals of Lewis and Clark is like a real-life Odyssey set in the young American republic.
(P)1992 by Recorded Books, Inc.; Cover Art ©1992 by Joseph Forte
These were real manly men. Articulate. Diplomatic. Driven. Adventurous. Underappreciated. Tireless. Intuitive (Half Nuts) – with the fork in the river. With a heartfelt sad ending. There is nothing like the real McCoy. Spielberg needs to make this movie!
five on a 10 bases
I would want to read a bit of it first.
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I found it to be an inferior telling of most Lewis and Clark sagas I have read
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