Come West and See

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Author(s): Maxim Loskutoff
Original Publish Date: May 22, 2018
eAudio - unabridged
Audio (6.47 hours)
Product Number: Z100132848
Released: May 22, 2018
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781684412396
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Come West and See is a work both timely and timeless. Set in the Redoubt, an isolated triangle of Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming where an armed occupation of a wildlife refuge escalates into a separatist uprising, these stories explore the loneliness, insecurity, and frustration inherent to love and heartbreak. A lakeside wedding drunkenly devolves into a cruel charade; an unemployed carpenter joins a militia after his wife leaves him; and a former soldier raises the daughter of a dead comrade in a bunker beneath an abandoned farm. Come West and See explores divisions both personal and political, offering startling insights into the wounds of the American people and a powerful new vision of the West.

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Come West and See
Product Number: BX00103637
Product Number:Z100132848
Product Number:DD37548

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CD
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Author(s): Maxim Loskutoff
Product Number DD37548
Released: May 08, 2018
Business Term: Purchase
Publisher: Highbridge Company
ISBN: #9781684412389

Professional reviews

"Narrators Wendy King and John McLain do fine work capturing the cadences and intonations of the sometimes-enigmatic characters in these linked stories. All but one of these fictions occurs in a frightening mythic construct called the Redoubt, loosely located in Oregon, Idaho, and Montana. The narrations are tricky as many of the characters talk and think in survivalist, militia-inspired, apocalyptic ways that could easily devolve into caricature. The able narrators ensure that they don't. Two production quibbles: Sometimes the stories almost slide together--blunt ending slamming into hard-edged beginning. Also, the opening story about a nineteenth-century loner who falls in love with a grizzly seems an off note in an otherwise engaging collection set in a dystopian West. A.D.M. © AudioFile 2018, Portland, Maine"

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