Whitewater Crossing: A Casey Jones Columbia River Adventure

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
"Readers of Roy Bush’s Whitewater Crossing will identify with the hero, Casey Jones, as he continues his journey from New York City to ranch hand for his uncle in the 1920’s. His adventures and perils keep the reader eagerly turning pages.
...well-woven, fast moving plot, with enough history included to educate without the reader even knowing it’s happening." Yakima Herald-Republic

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Review by: Roger R. Fernandez on Nov. 30, 2010 :
“Whitewater Crossing” narrates a fast moving adventure in a very descriptive, and at times lyrical, language as a good and exciting travel writer should. Being a frequent traveler myself, I appreciated, for instance, the succinct caption of Mount Hood when the author records “…overlooking the gorge that separates Washington and Oregon… its peak, like a carnival small Snow cone, glistened pale rose in the rays of the rising sun…” For me, scenes like this make the read relaxing, delightful and enjoyable.
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Review by: John Mann on Nov. 22, 2010 :
I got this book for my 13-year-old son, Ben, and he had a lot of fun reading this new Casey Jones adventure. His favorite character was a cougar named Cleo.
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