The Warrior's Path by Louis L'Amour
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This novel picks up with Sackett's sons, mainly Kin. It stretches far and wide, from New England to Jamaica and into the hills of Carolina. In doing so, we see a little of what the early settlement of the Americas was like.
The story follows fairly standard lines: it's a little bit knight-errant; a little bit western; and a little bit adventure. Kin and Yance are much like their father: honorable, swashbuckling, and smart. And they find the women to match. Like their father, loyalty and integrity inspire great friendships.
I would have liked a little more with Henry and the Catawba. Interesting characters that were not utilized or developed enough--at least here.
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