Well, I really feel guilty for not appreciating this book more because of the historical importance of Lews & Clark, but every time that I "picked it up" I fell asleep. So, that either says something or it doesn't!
I loved listening to this book. There was a ton of information.
The book was well read and written. I was seeking historical information, and it was full of that, as well as the personal account of the "voyage". Documentary in nature, but very good.
I found this book to be rather unexciting but I have never been very interested in Lewis and Clark in the first place. If the subject is of interest, then this book would certainly entertain.
Landon Y. Jones is the author of "Great Expectations: America and the Baby Boom Generation." He has reported, written, and edited at "Life, Time, Money, " and "People" magazines. He is a member of the National Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Council.