Set in 1855, number-one best-selling, multiple award-winning Book Two of the Threads West, An American Saga series continues the tale of five richly textured, complex generations of unforgettable personalities of differing cultures. The secrets of the maps are revealed, and suspense builds as they push westward, hurtling toward unknown destinies, propelled by one adventure, danger, romantic twist, and encounter to the next.
Forged in the crucible of history, shaped on the anvil of a dangerous land, the threads of their lives and torrid loves interweave with the evolution of the West. Armed conflicts, the rancor of slavery, and the discovery of gold, all create lethal surprises when the characters are forced to defend their lands, their loved ones, and their honor. The tragic story of the Indians begins to unfold. New characters with dark hearts, lost souls, and hopeful innocence color the tapestry of this epic saga. Others, in search of place and rightful freedom, catapult into the story.
An unexpected convergence of events sets in motion the thrilling, yet heartrending conclusion of Book Two, setting the stage for the arduous crossing of the Continental Divide, and the passionate tumult of the next Maps of Fate era novel of the Threads West, An American Saga series: Uncompahgre.
You will recognize the characters who live in these words.
They are the ancestors of your friends, your neighbors, your co-workers, and your family.
They are you. They are us.
This is not only their story. It is our story.
©2012 Rockin SR Publishing (P)2015 Rockin SR Publishing
It's way too long. It needs to be faster paced.
Haven't gotten to the end yet. Waiting for book 4 although there is no information about when book 4 might be released. I was astonished the author knocked off Hilda. She was one of the more interesting characters.
I don't know all the narrators available but Mr. Blair needs help. He tends to read in a monotone. He also miss pronounces words. Perhaps his producers or editors need to listen more carefully and make him correct the miss pronunciations. When he tries to do a dialect, they all sound the same. Somewhere between Irish, Russian and "who knows."
All the books are worth listening too but need to be shortened and streamlined.
I would like to hear book four, but there is no information on when it might be available.
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