Book Reviews of You Never Can Tell

You Never Can Tell
You Never Can Tell
Author: Kathleen Eagle, Kathleen Eagle
ISBN-13: 9780380978168
ISBN-10: 0380978164
Publication Date: 7/2001
Pages: 320
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.

3.6 stars, based on 15 ratings
Publisher: William Morrow Company
Book Type: Hardcover
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Good stoic Native American hero with checkered past falls for modern white girl. Better than average.
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Contemporary novel. Fair considering her books are usually very well written.
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He gave his child away...he ran away, he did not wany his child to be tormented.....
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I thought this book was slow and boring. I kept going on it for two months because a friend gave it to me but I just wasn't interested in it.

This is the story of a woman reporter who has been interested for years in the story of Native American man that has disappeared from public view. Heather has been friends with friends of Kole for awhile and finds his story is one that she believes needs to be told. So off she goes to track him down. Once she tracks him down, it takes forever for this story to unfold and unfortunately I lost interest way before the end.
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I enjoyed seeing native people protrayed as living breathing people, however, the love story felt unbelieveable to me.
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Strong Sexy Native American Kole Kills Crow has decided to vanish, but reporter Heather Reardon is proud of the fact she has found him.