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This book was really interesting and surprised me (in a good way). Unlike a lot of war books, it wasn't all that violent and it wasn't slow paced, either. The only problem I had was that I couldn't really relate to the main character, Bob. He just seemed to be full of himself and not a nice person.

08/11/2008
This is a great mystery. It appears to be really simple, but twists and turns keep you guessing until the end of the story. If you like mysteries, you'll like this one.
07/16/2008
This book was great. It was a nice mystery and was fun and easy to read. Sure, it was a bit unbelievable, but even that made it an enjoyable read!
07/16/2008
I don't really like short stories, and these were nothing special. Unless you are a fan of science fiction/futuristic short stories, you can easily give these stories a miss.

06/27/2008
I liked this book a lot, because the characters drew me into the story, and told me the struggles that they went through.

The story is about a Swedish family that came to Nebraska to become farmers and how they survive and the troubles that they go through.

I can't really say anything negative about the book. It was a really fast read, and I would recommend this book.
01/17/2006
This book was really difficult to read, but I struggled through it. I had problems with the point of view constantly changing, the incomplete thoughts, and I never seemed to know who was saying what...

The story line was stretched too long, and I think that this story would have been better as a short story rather than a novel.
01/15/2006
Pat Dunlap Evans - Suspenseful Ride Through Dallas High Society
FEATURED AUTHOR - Pat Dunlap Evans was born in Michigan but "got to Texas as soon as I could." Her family lived in San Antonio and later Dallas, where she attended South Oak Cliff High School and Southern Methodist University. After marrying and having three children, Pat later completed bachelor's and master's degrees in English / Creative Writing at the University of Missouri branch in Kansas City, where her then-husband quarterbacked the Kansas City Chiefs. After a divorce, Pat stressed her way as a single… Read more