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These Thousand Hills continues the western epic of A. B. Guthrie, Jr.'s, critically acclaimed Big Sky series. This vivid American saga conjures up the world of cattle ranchers in the 1880s, focusing on a Montana community's boisterous, wanderlusting eccentrics as they chase after love and unbridled ambitions. At its center is Lat Evens, a goodhearted cowboy who strikes out from Oregon to Montana on a cattle drive, determined to succeed as a rancher. Gradually, though, he discerns how the perils of the world, especially human nature, can conspire to frustrate a man's best intentions.

©1956, renewed 1984 A.B. Guthrie, Jr. (P)2013 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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Awesome

This in an awesome book with an excellent story and narrator. Would highly recommend this series

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Good, but not as strong as the first two.

With the first two books, it was easy for me to build a relationship with the characters. The first two were very "in the field", while the third was about life at home and a little more static. Dick Sommers helped to bridge the gap between the first and second book. However, the third book was loosely connected to the second. I may need to listen to it again. I found this one less able to hold my attention. Overall, it's a great trilogy! :)