I have read all of Larry McMurtry's books and this was my least favorite.
There seemed to be no storyline, so it seemed to just "ramble" on and on.
I wondered why the printed version of this book is being practically given away at bookstores.
I didn't even bother to listen to the last disc.....
If you read the previous 2 and enjoyed them enough then you will like this one as well but it just leaves you hanging at the end....and that Tasmin.....
Where is the next CD? I can't get enough of the Berrybender party and the Sin Killer. I love McMurtry. I have Lonesome Dove, Return to Lonsome Dove, Dead Mans Walk, Streets of Larado, Etc...Keep Em Commin. A great historical perspective of the early 1800's. "In The Year of Our Lord, 1832." As Mary Berrybender would say. Keeps you wanting more.
Simply a great way to spend the commute. Almost a romance novel, but plenty of action and rich characters. McMurtry at his best.
Not a really a good story..Kinda like gone with the wind with main female character marrying one man & wanting another!!! I would almost class this as a darn romance not a western!
This is the final chapter of McMurtry's series starring the tedious, cloying,silly Berrybender family. I read this one, McMurtry bombs with this series. Save yourself the time, trouble, and energy; read Lonesome Dove again instead.
Submitted by Gem Spector