|Title||:||The Platte River Waltz, introductory chapters|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||None|
The Platte River Waltz, introductory chapters Reviews
What a wonderful and superbly written account of a journey West!I was completely absorbed by the remarkable characters and sweeping landscapes- caught so brilliantly by the magnificent writing and plotting!A winner!!!Rick FriedmanFounderTHE JAMES MASON COMMUNITY BOOK CLUB
As the author, its pretty cheeky even to award myself some stars much less drip praise. has 'Look Inside' and I have some sample scenes at bonnershouse/sample-pages/I'll let you judge. This is the first of two volumes.
Josh Bonner's saga of going west is great. I am on the 5th volume and have enjoyed every one. I hope to read more of Ken Consaul's books.
The author has painted a rich landscape onto which he has thrown an diverse group of characters to bring us the start of what promises to be a remarkable series. Set in the late 1840s, the central figure is a seventeen-year-old called Josh, who has to make a swift transition from boy to man after the death of his family from cholera on the long march to Oregon. Some of the writing may not seem politically correct in modern times but adds authenticity to a tale elegantly crafted. This series will [...]
this one was really hard to get into.