Still, the depth of Knotts' historical research lends sharp realism to a story one wants to stick with to the end (his detailed descriptions of the train, the rail system, the 19th-century Oklahoma landscape and other period minutia are fabulously vivid), and it's easy to see this narrative being turned into a screen sequel to “Appaloosa,” which Knott has said he's determined to make happen. This book could make a terrific movie if Harris and Mortensen climb aboard again.
— Gene Triplett
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