The second installment of unabridged short stories from the New York Times best-selling collection, May There Be a Road.
In his extraordinary career, Louis L'Amour captured the spirit of America as few writers ever have. A storyteller whose universal themes of bravery, pride, adventure, and self-reliance have echoed across generations, L'Amour set a standard that has yet to be matched. "Fighter's Fiasco" brings together unforgettable stories never before available on audio.
These stories are vintage Louis L'Amour and a welcome addition to the libraries of his many avid fans, or a spectacular introduction to the work of America's greatest storyteller. "Fighter's Fiasco" exhibits the unbridled passion, the unsurpassed range, and the sheer genius of a true master working at the peak of his creative powers.
©2002 Louis L'Amour (P)2012 Random House
I've read and listen to many Louis L'Amour books, and he's one of my favorite authors. IF he wrote "Fighter's Fiasco", he certainly had a bad day. It is NOTHING like his other books, even the verbiage did not sound like L'Amour -- I couldn't get past the first chapter.
The narrator sounded like the PI in some of Murder She Wrote TV stories, who was too dumb to get out of the rain. He always acted the tough-guy and always got beat up....was always getting mixed up with the law and having to get bailed out by Jessica. John Bedford Lloyd spoke and acted like him...a real turn-off for me.
I wanted to like it, but I read/listen for enjoyment and it was too irritating to listen to.
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