Walker's Crossing

Walker's Crossing

by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
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Walker's Crossing 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
MS_15 More than 1 year ago
Walker's Crossing is a excellent book because the subject of the book is that racism and prejudice can happen in places where we least expect them. The main character of the novel, Ryan, has two problems in the novel. One of the problems is he doesn't know if he's going to work with the adult cowboys handling the cattle or if Moe's nephew is going to get the job. The biggest problem he has is with his brother Gil. Ryan and Gil have problems because Gil has radical ideas about people. Gil talks about people that Ryan has never met. That's where his problem is, he doesn't know if he should agree with Gil or not because he has never met people of whom Gil talks about. Other events in the novel really help Ryan decide if he should follow his brother's radical ideas about other people. The setting of the book is perfect for the plot. I've never been to Wyoming but the novel tells you how people live there and gives you a mental picture of Wyoming. The novel is excellent because the book gets interesting in every chapter. I would recommend it to any person except for children because it has mature topics, that a child should not be hearing. That is why Walker's Crossing is a excellent book.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I would give this book 5 stars because it is the truth about the world. Ryan Walker is caught in a controversy between good and evil.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Have you woundered....why do people hate each other? Well I don't really know, but one reason pointed out in this book is a very strong reason. To find out you should read it. For people age 12-20. READ ON!