Where Rivers Change Direction
Publishers Weekly's starred review calls this collection of essays about a boyhood spent on a ranch in Wyoming "a piercing voice from the heartland...(a) resonant autobiography (that) weds the venerable Western tradition of frontier exploration of self and nature with the masculine school of writing stretching from Hemingway to Mailer".
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Review: Where Rivers Change DirectionUser Review - Cathy - Goodreads
This was a beautifully written book. It was slow going for me at first -- but once I understood the essay form, then I relaxed into the writing. He paints pictures with his words -- some sentences had to be reread and savored. Some moved me to tears. Will want to explore more of his work. Read full review
Review: Where Rivers Change DirectionUser Review - Goodreads
A wonderful description of life on a ranch...through the eyes of a boy...great descriptions....