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Seven people — three women, four men; five Europeans, two Americans — all have the same goal: to make a new life for themselves in an emerging nation. How their lives intersect and collide is the subject of Reid Rosenthal’s best-selling debut novel, “Threads West: An American Saga.” Rosenthal will sign his book, which re-creates and celebrates the Rocky Mountain West of the mid 1850s, at 6 p.m. Jan. 28 at Otowi Station.
In a recent interview, Rosenthal discussed “Threads West.” The interview can be read at www.margaretcoel.com/novels-spiders-web.php.
As a native of Wyoming, Rosenthal naturally finds the American West intriguing. “The West,” he said, “may best typify the universal connection of romance, life, land and history. The American West fascinates people from around the world. It conjures images of tough independent personalities, wide-open spaces, powerful energies and kaleidoscopic colors. More than any other geographic location of the country — with the exception of revolutionary New England — the West has played the key role in shaping values, which are the core characteristics of the American spirit.”
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