Bone Walker: An Anasazi Mystery
6 journalers for this copy...
This is book 3 of the Anasazi Mysteries. It was GREAT like all their others!!!!
Journal Entry 2
at on Tuesday, June 24, 2003
Released on Tuesday, June 24, 2003
at to fellow bookcrosser
in postal release, postal release USA.
This is going to kz4ufo in fort pierce,fl and I am jealous! This is a great book, kz4ufo, I hope you like it as much as I do.
Thank you for the book! I received it in the mail today and look forward to reading the series!
The picture above is where I live.
I just started reading this one and am already discovering I like this one better than the first two.. This is such a wonderful (and unique!) series. I wish this series continued.... Of course, then I'd never get anything done other than read!!! LOL
I am sending this one to fellow BookCrosser, foovay, when I'm finished with it.
Journal Entry 5
on Tuesday, August 12, 2003
I am REALLY looking forward to reading this. I love the Gears' First North American novels, and I am a major mystery fan to boot, so this book sounds perfect for me :D.
Journal Entry 6
on Sunday, September 07, 2003
Once again, I reached the point where I could NOT put the book down. This one cost me some sleep!! The Gears are amazing at describing and drawing you into this ancient society.
Journal Entry 7
on Thursday, November 20, 2003
Mailing to another bookcrosser today!
Just got this in the mail -- thanks foovay! I'm looking forward to reading all three books, and then passing them on in the mail as a set.
I'm sending the whole set on to England as part of a BookRelay.
Journal Entry 10
on Wednesday, April 07, 2004
Just received in the mail from kestralwing along with the other 2 books in the series. I am really looking forward to trying this, thanks so much for your generosity.
Journal Entry 11
on Monday, May 17, 2004
I have to differ with everyone else... I enjoyed this book less than the first two (although it was still excellent!!). I think it was because more of the narrative in this book was spent in modern-day New Mexico and I always enjoyed the sections of the novels set in the 12th century much more. However, this book and the whole series are a lot of fun and I am so glad I had the opportunity to read these novels. I would never have discovered them had it not been for Bookcrossing!
I have just offered The Visitant in a book relay so the whole set will be moving again soon. I hope the next person who receives the books enjoys them as much as I have!
Journal Entry 12
on Tuesday, May 18, 2004
I just wanted to add... I loved the bookmark which was in this book. For those of you who do not remember what it looked like, it said:-
"In Native American tradition, one's wealth is measured by how much one gives away".
I thought this was a wonderful idea in the context of Bookcrossing, the setting of these novels and summed up the generosity of all the BXers who enabled the set of the three Anasazi mysteries to make their way to me...
Journal Entry 13
at on Thursday, May 27, 2004
Released on Thursday, May 27, 2004
at to FamFatale
in Chantilly, Virginia Controlled Releases.
I hope you like the novels... enjoy!
Looking forward to reading it and the other books in the series.