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The Wandering Hill (Berrybender Narratives Series #2)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 2, 2004

    uniquely exciting

    The wandering hill was truly interesting for me. I am an avid reader of westerns, whether they pertain to cowboys, or mountain men and Larry Mcmurtry has s unique style of painting pictures of the American western frontier. In this particular book and also with Sin Killer, he does a fine job of intertwining romance, with violence and Britsh and American wits collide along with a melting pot of various ethnic characters. And ofcourse, dont forget the Native Americans and their over imaginitive superstitions. Larry McMurtry is the very best, when it comes to the wild west. Ive yet to read the third novel....By Sorrow's River and I'm un impressionable, when it comes to the Berry bender skeptics. (morons)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 10, 2003

    Wandering Hill keeps reader hungry for more

    I greatly enjoyed Wandering Hill. I listened to the audio version. It is a very interesting tale. It is humorous, adventurous, with just the right amount of adult content. Read The Sin Killer first, it is very good too, and it will give you the background on the characters in this story. This is a wonderfully enjoyable work. The setting of the wild west in the 1830's, with indians and various European peoples adds to the interest. You never know what will happen next, but can't wait to find out!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 30, 2003

    Just like the title

    Wandering Hill is very much what it's title suggests. It is an adventure, with new excitment waiting for you around every page. I would rate it as one of my top 10 favorite new books (Lucky Monkeys In The Sky which was released in June would be my top pick of the summer) and I anticipate the adventure to come!

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