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River Horse

A Journey Across America

by William Least Heat-Moon

River Horse
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  • First Published:
    Oct 1999, 528 pages
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    Apr 2001, 528 pages

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Tim Larson (01/31/04)

Entertaining and informative, this trial by water gives arm-chair travelers and historians a glimpse of the importance of American rivers. Candid, opionated yet wry, Heat-Moon takes us mile by mile from NYC to the Pacific in his own personal neo Kon-Tiki. I would have liked to visited more the last 300 miles of his voyage as the first in more detail. I felt his pen had run out of ink as he neared Astoria, Oregon. TWL
BW (11/19/02)

Great book to read when the boating season is over
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