by Gerald LaSalle
Widow Walk is a captivating story about life in the Pacific Northwest and how both Native American Indians and white settlers had to struggle to survive. Gerald LaSalle blends both real and fictional characters into a beautifully written and descriptive novel about the disputes and battles between Indians and settlers as well as the conflicts among the Indian tribes and between the Americans and British. Each chapter is told from the point of view of one or two characters. This gives the reader insight into how each individual had to fight for themselves while realizing that their actions affects the lives of both those they love and members of their community.
I highly recommend Widow Walk by Gerald LaSalle if you are looking for a good story or like historical fiction.