Fate has brought about a reunion with a brother Buck Cordell thought was dead. Hard work and perseverance brought both of them success beyond their wildest expectations.
But the loss of Buck’s best friend and partner caused him to re-examine his priorities and decide “Family” was the highest priority of all.
©2010 Dusty Rhodes (P)2010 Books In Motion
I am an avid eclectic reader.
I have read the series in order and book IV brings it all together nicely. The importance of family comes through loud and clear in this book. Lots of action, cattle drives, travel by horse back, buggy, stagecoach, ship, river boat and train give a wide view of the west. This book covers the cattle drives, people moving into the west and the building of the railroad. I hope that this in not the last book in the series. Gene Engene narrated the entire series. His voice goes well with the wild frontier.
WHAT A COMPLETE STORY THEY ALL COME TOGETHER THE RESEARCH WAS SPOT ON. PERFOMANCE BY GENE ENGENE OUTSTANDING SPOILER ALERT THEY FAILED IN THE MATH SECTION NUMBER DO NOT MATCH
Have been an avid reader all my life. Started with comic books and had read all Shakespeare's plays & most sonnets by 10th grade. Average reading or listening to a new book ever 2 or 3 days.
Read first 3 books in order and enjoyed them very much, especially the descriptions of the times, places, and lives of ordinary people. Was a bit disappointed in the 3rd book ending just as the 2 brothers found each other.
Very glad to see book 4 come out to continue the story of these 2 men and their lives together.
Gene Engene is the perfect reader for any western. His voice characterisations and delivery are perfect.
This longhorn series got me into audiobooks
Gene Engene was really good at the western voices
I agree with what Jean from Santa Cruz said in his review, hope there is a book 5
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