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Anchor | Sep 01, 2009 | 384 Pages | ISBN 9780385532051

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“The son of Sacagawea . . . Jean-Baptiste is made whole for us; he falls in love, he feels apart from all culturesthe native or the American or the European.” —Los Angeles Times

“Carhart is a skilled and graceful writer. . . . Across the Endless River should appeal to lovers of history and historical novels alike.” —The Huntington News (West Virginia)

“Richly detailed.” —USA Today

Across the Endless River is filled with vivid descriptions of city streets, palaces and country estates, while the plot moves at a reflective, inner level.”Historical Novels
“Gracefully done. . . . Sensitively compares and contrasts the Old World with the New.” —Kirkus Reviews
“Riveting.” —Reuters 
 “Marvelously captured. . . . Stirring.” —Publisher’s Weekly 
“The list of novels chronicling the Lewis and Clark expedition is long, but . . . Carhart provides a fresh perspective. Fans of historical fiction with a romantic storyline, such as the novels of Anya Seton, should enjoy this.” —Library Journal

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