Walk Gently This Good Earth The story of the Westcott family of the American West through the Depression to about It depicts an idyllic childhood in the Pacific Northwest and later years in Montana

  • Title: Walk Gently This Good Earth
  • Author: Margaret Craven
  • ISBN: 9780440194842
  • Page: 278
  • Format: Paperback
  • The story of the Westcott family of the American West, through the Depression to about 1976 It depicts an idyllic childhood in the Pacific Northwest and later years in Montana.

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      Published :2018-06-25T03:28:32+00:00

    One thought on “Walk Gently This Good Earth”

    1. Everything is told and hardly shown, and it is so beautiful.It's about the past, loving the past, and setting store by the past, loving the past. But it's also about the future, and it's also about the cycle of life. Its pain, its beauty, and its simplicity.

    2. A depression era story about small-town America. A feel good story from the author of "I Heard the Owl Call My Name."

    3. A tender story set in the era when the country was in an economic slump pivoting around the true meaning of family. The story opens within sight of the peaks of Koma Kulshan in Western Washington and finishes on the wide-opens spaces of Montana. Walk Gently This Good Earth, by Margaret Craven was an easy read, although not liked nearly as well as book, I Heard the Owl Call My Name. Ms. Craven brings attention to the depths of family love, but it lost me when she spent too much time describing th [...]

    4. I don't understand why so many people like this book. It starts off decent - not great but decent - and then it just continues and continues with more and more generations with more more characters that are hard to keep straight and it doesn't really seem to ever have a plot.

    5. A little bit sentimental and somewhat undeveloped at times, but overall an enjoyable and comforting book that made me smile. :)

    6. A gentle sharing of the life of a family through a number of years in Montana. Final statements about the American Spirit. A very enjoyable read.

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