The Big Sky is the first of A.B. Guthrie's epic adventure novels of America's vast frontier. It is a story as great as the land that inspired it, sweeping westward from Kentucky, up the Missouri River into Indian Country. Towering above the novel is Guthrie's unforgettable hero, Boone Caudill, a true mountain man driven by a raging hunger for life and a longing for the blue sky and brown earth of the big, wild places. A legend before he turns 20, Boone becomes a powerful White Savage, an untamed life force that only one woman, the beautiful daughter of a Blackfoot chief, would dare to love. It is this magnificent spirit that Guthrie celebrates with his vivid storytelling--the glory of the bigness, the wildness, the freedom and undying dream of the West.
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A. B. Guthrie, Jr. is one of America's most celebrated writers of western literature. He received the 1950 Pulitzer Prize in fiction for The Way West. Guthrie died in 1991.
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Book Description Bantam Books. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0553266837
Book Description Bantam Books. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110553266837