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Bone Walker: Book III of the Anasazi Mysteries Hardcover – Nov 21 2001


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  • Hardcover: 448 pages
  • Publisher: Forge Books; First Edition edition (Nov. 21 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0312877420
  • ISBN-13: 978-0312877422
  • Product Dimensions: 23.6 x 16 x 4.1 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 726 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #903,451 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)


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The story takes turns and grabs the reader's attention form beginning to an unexpected end.
the best of the trilogy's 3 installments.
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By Carol A. Sealy on Sept. 22 2003
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I found the book very frightning and hard to put down. If you are a Gear fan, it is a must read.
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After reading the first two books, I really had hopes that Book 3 would tie things together and get better. Obviously this is a "beach book", but not even a good one. It did improve to a certain extent; the grammar and spelling were greatly improved. Unfortunately, it lacked something, and was fairly predictable. I was disappointed with the trite, "old" excuse of Dusty's mother acting like a... so that's why she was a "bad" person, and made his life miserable, and every other male she came in contact with, ya da, ya da. Original, this isn't. In fact, I got pretty sick of all the whining. The Anasazi story wasn't bad, but the descriptions of the black ebony hair, etc. etc. finally got to me. If you want to read it, don't pay for it.
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I definitely would not advise anyone to start reading this series with this book. There is a lot of backstory and while the authors do a good job with weaving explanations in the text, there were times when I found myself asea about certain points dealt with in the earlier books. However, I read the two previous novels and I was delighted to find this one.
Moving in time between American Pre-history and the present, the authors touch on nearly every major controversy about the Anasazi, past and present. Vicious scholarly infighting is contrasted against the swing of war clubs. As the suspense builds, the authors do a good job at showing how the investigative skills of archaeologists are not that different from that of law enforcement (whether in the past or present)-- both are attempting to reconstruct past actions and draw conclusions about the actors.
Definitely recommended for a reading on a chilly evening with a pot of hot coffee and a few biscotti on a tray.
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By Tribute on Aug. 21 2002
Format: Hardcover
"Bone Walker" is much scarier than "Summoning God" and "The Visitant." It also puts Dusty and Maureen in peril, which didn't allow much advancement in fleshing out supporting characters like Steve, Magpie and Sylvia who were so engaging in the other books. Still, it's great to see the Dusty/Maureen relationship flourish, and with additions of new characters I imagine this isn't the last we'll see of Dusty, Maureen, Browser and Catkin. I don't recommend reading this book without first stocking up on nachos, salsa and burritos because in between the scares there are many detailed descriptions of delicious Mexican food that will make your mouth water.
This book brings Browser to the forefront by putting many of the scenes from the 13th century in his POV. Browswer wishes to revenge the wrongs done to him by the "Summoning God" and "Visitant." No longer a brooding War Chief, Browser is now the one who needs to lead Catkin and Stone Ghost out of harms way. The action in this book is more vivid and disturbing than the first two, but it also requires you puzzle out intricate plots both in the 13th and 22nd centuries.
It's well worth reading, and I hope there will be another in this series.
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