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A card shark and modern Bond-type woman. They are well developed and the bad guys are all different and developed as well as can be done in a relatively short novel. The interaction between Jake and Cassie is worth the price of admission. That is an apt comparison with a book with great characters developing a relationship with great dialogue and good mystery twists. Highly recommended for a good entertaining relaxing read. This is a wonderful that relates the history of the Oregon Trail.
Coupled with that history is the experience and personal history of the author who decides to traverse the entire trail in a covered wagon with his brother, Nick. Rinker Buck brings an historical bend to the trail portion.
Not only does he give its history, but he often puts the trail in its unique perspective as a molder of America and reflection of much of our psyche. Spreading west and expanding? Of course. Conestogas never used? But the cradle of mass production? Not so common a thought about the trail. There were more captivating insights such as that that make this more than a dry journey across the American Desert.
The personal revelations never overwhelm the book, but are necessary in such a trek and gave the book warmth and depth. Nick is a character out of a novel about the Trail and Olive Oyl the necessary pet.