Amazon named it a “Best Book of 2016” and Men’s Journal named it one of the7 Best Books of January!
Coming soon in Large Print,Huck Out West由罗伯特·库弗，继续接收来自非凡的评论Booklist,The Washington Post,Publisher’s Weekly， 还有很多！我们不能更兴奋地为所有读者欣赏的格式，很快就会有这个称号可用。
“库弗提供了一个近乎杰作。它的音准完美和laceratingly滑稽，但也有令人惊讶的温柔，动人的赞歌讲故事的力量与成长的烦恼“ - STAR书目综述
“重温哈克贝利·费恩的美国，拿起其中，马克·吐温不放过” -Kirkus Reviews
At the end of Mark Twain’sHuckleberry Finn，在南北战争前夕，哈克和汤姆·索亚决定逃离“sivilization”和“领土亮出来。”在罗伯特·库弗的Huck Out West，也是“哈克写道：”孩子们做到这一点，骑了著名的，但短暂的小马快递，然后担任侦察员在战争两侧。
They are suddenly separated when Tom decides he’d rather own civilization than leave it, returning east with his new wife, Becky Thatcher, to learn the law from her father. Huck, abandoned and “dreadful lonely,” hires himself out to “whosoever.” He rides shotgun on coaches, wrangles horses on a Chisholm Trail cattle drive, joins a gang of bandits, guides wagon trains, gets dragged into U.S. Army massacres, suffers a series of romantic and barroom misadventures!
“Twain grew up among African-Americans, mostly slaves, and he learned to love them, but Native Americans were another story—a story he actually began, called “Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer Among the Indians.” Very early in his narrative, the savages reveal their irredeemably vicious nature by massacring everybody in sight, and, soon after that, probably because it had in effect dead-ended, Twain abandoned the story. I decided to take up his notion of Huck and Tom heading West just before the American Civil War, seeing the horror of the time through Huck’s eyes, while retaining the feel of “A Boy’s Adventure Story.” –The New Yorker
“无论是读作伴侣吐温的小说标志性的或独立的工作，Huck Out Westis a robust and revealing portrait of the American frontier in a time of dramatic and often wrenching transition.”-BookPage