Brother Brigham's Gold

  • Title: Brother Brigham's Gold
  • Author: Brenton G. Yorgason Blaine M. Yorgason
  • ISBN: 9780877476337
  • Page: 129
  • Format: Hardcover
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    About Brenton G. Yorgason Blaine M. Yorgason


    1. Brent G Yorgason was born and raised in Utah He received his PhD in 1981 in Family Studies and Marriage and Family Therapy at Brigham Young University Brent and his wife Margaret are the parents of 9 children.


    111 Comments


    1. This books gets 4 stars for nostalgia. This was one of my very favorite books as a teenager. Every few years I read it again just for fun. This time reading through I could see it had a lot of problems that my younger self didn't mind so much. It gets REALLY preachy, with several long sections that are just the author's way of explaining church doctrine. It also felt a little more hokey and less hilarious as an adult. STILL, this book holds a special place in my heart and it still manages to mak [...]

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    2. A narrative of frontier life for a young man juggling family responsibilities, a burgeoning romance with a local girl, and a surprise brush with wealth. Hyram Soderberg handles his adventures with an abundance of colorful colloquialisms, grit and a brashness borne of youth. The Yorgason Brothers provide a fun romp of an adventure in the Wasatch plateau featuring a rich assortment of baddies, clever ploys, peppeted with a few moments of serious contemplation.

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    3. Really good LDS adventure story. I am totally in love with the main character. For anyone who knows me, that's pretty impressive.

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    4. I enjoyed this book. It's a fun western story of local significance. I laughed out loud a couple of times.

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    5. Kind of a silly book, but you do have to laugh at some of the things said in it!

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