The Legend’s Daughter Review

The Legend’s Daughter



ForeWord Review — Summer 2013

Short story collection filled with dynamic prose and genuine characters amid rugged Idaho landscape.

In the opening story in this robust collection of ten, “Where I Am … Where I’ve Been,” two buddies on the last night of their weeklong fishing trip agree, as Clifford explains to Woods, “To find the women … who are in us … who are outside of us.” There’s no more tender a moment throughout The Legend’s Daughter than this, though Kranes is plenty generous throughout, his characters every bit embraceable and real and genuine as they are fallible—in short, human.

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