Angle of Repose is a disquisition on the high price paid for men of ability and women of taste for the opening and developing of the West. The financial rewards could be great, but the waste in spiritual resources, cultural disappointment and blasted hopes could be equally great.... Some of the chapters will surely put some readers in mind of the early Willa Cather.... They have the same tactile feel for the American West and they rehearse the struggles of those times.
Thomas Lask - New York Times
Masterful...Reading it is an experience to be treasured.
Brilliant...Two stories, past and present, merge to produce what important fiction must: a sense of the enhancement of life.
Los Angeles Times
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