Young Bradon McTavish watches the bluecoats brutally hang his father and destroy everything he's known, and he escapes their wrath into the gun smoke and blood of war. Captured and paroled, only if he'll head west of the war, he rides the river into the wilds of the new territory of Montana where savages and grizzlies await. He discovers new friends and old enemies, and a woman formerly forbidden to him.
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I enjoy reading a good story better than listening but with my limited time for reading ,listening while driving is very enjoyable.
The Historical accuracy about the civil war prison camp impressed me.Did enjoy the Union redheaded Lt getting shot with buckshot.
When the Union hanged his father was a moving and touching moment.When the author described the condition of the hanging body of his father was moving.
I did not like the authors choice of racial mixing the characters.I think this was thrown in much like the way commercials display racial mixed couples in almost every commercial shown on television today. That seems to be the popular agenda today but Historically that would not have happened as portrayed.That would be the only negative for me that I found with the story.