Journey on the Wind

  • by Kay L. McDonald
  • Narrated by Mary Starkey
  • 12 hrs and 59 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Marlette Brightwood had come inexperienced and unafraid from a sheltered life in Philadelphia to the unmapped, untamed Oregon Territory in 1842. Her guide was Ross Chesnut, a legend on the frontier.


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I was a little bit worried when I first started to listen to this, as the narrator sounded like she was in a deep dark 'hole'...........I wasn't sure if I could get past that. However, I did, and I very much enjoyed this novel. I covered history that I hadn't known very much about and the charactors were interesting and identifiable, which, sometimes is very hard with books on history. This is one tht I went and found the book, so that I could read it, too, which was a little bit hard to do, as it is no longer in print. Nor has this author written a book in a long time or very many. Too bad.
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- Erin

Not a book for moral people

I was disappointed at the sexual innuendos in this book and stopped listening when it became obvious that there was going to be a graphic sexual situation. I am not interested in this kind of literature, and therefore, will not purchase another book from this author.
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- Merijane Bench

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-01-2007
  • Publisher: Books in Motion