But trouble is brewing. When a peaceful group of Apaches is slaughtered by white renegades, Cochise prepares his warriors for retaliation. Only Barlow can stop the bloodshed from escalating into an all-out Apache war.
©2005 Jason Manning; (P)2006 Recorded Books
This book is so bad I kept listening just to see how much worse it could become. The author did not let me down. The reader must have stifled a few laughs as he tried to read seriously.
First, I can't believe more people aren't listening to this and giving it higher ratings! Seriously, the whole series is spell binding and the story line is solid. Listen to this, you won't be disappointed! And you can't beat the narration by Stechschulte. He nails it all the way through.
This series is in my top 10 of all time audio series -- the only Western to make it.
No. It lacked the creative plot elements and interest of Apache Storm, and was even more predictable and cliche ridden.
Possibly, but I would check the reviews first.
Yes, he's a terrific narrator.
Would depend on the cast and direction.
Really enjoyed the first book of this trilogy, Apache Storm. The whole family listened to it on a long car trip and thoroughly enjoyed it. Though the writing is somewhat cliched (Shots ring out, hearts hammer, etc.) the plot was terrific and the characters reasonably engaging.
The second book fails to live up to the first; I was disapointed and probably won't listen to the third.)
Report Inappropriate Content