This may be no surprise to many people here, this book is definitely one that is Montana through and through.

What is the best book based in Montana? Travel and Leisure named a "River Runs Through It and Other Stories."

They had this to say as to why:

Sixteen years before Robert Redford brought this novel to the big screen, Norman Maclean published his experiences in logging camps in the western Rocky Mountains. Made up of two novellas and one short story, A River Runs Through It takes the world of loggers, fly fishing, and forest fires, and thrusts it into the homes and minds of readers across the globe.

Norman Maclean and the crew have always been a staple of Montana outdoor life, as far as I'm concerned.


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