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Urban because of the way I sing, Dream because of the production and the feel, and Pop because of the way I write lyrics. JA: Sitting in my friend Jose’s room, listening to her play guitar and sing the songs she wrote.
Instead, the book turns into more a psychological description of a tough, who is not a bad tough, just a guy who has suffered long and will continue suffering.
The story has interest and describes the gold rush in Montana in 1863, but action takes long to start.
I remember, though, that it caught my attention for a couple of reasons: first, I've been in Virginia City, Montana, and secondly, because I hate Westerns in general.
Therefore I took my PC, went to Abebooks and found a really old paperback copy of the book, not the one I chose here, with no date, except the copyright notice dating 1942, and I went reading.