He was 14. The Comanche slaughtered his parents and burned his house to the ground. His only brother never returned from the Civil War. Now the kid from Hondo, Texas, had nothing or no one. What would he do? Where would he go? How would he live? A chance good Samaritan act in the middle of the desert changed the course of his life and gave him a way to survive in the most dangerous way possible.
Round 'em up: listen to another novel in the Longhorn Series.
©2007 Dusty Rhodes (P)2007 Books In Motion
I like the continuation of the Longhorn series rather than the disconnected western novels. While most of the story is far-fetched, it is no different than most other action drama on the tv and movies. I am now into Book 3 of the series and am enjoying it.
Good guys won
I like his voice and his ability to adapt it to various characters.
No extreme reaction.
I will read more written by this author.
This is my first western series for an audiobook. Addicted! I am just starting book 4. Highly recommended for anyone- including us ladies out there!
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from dust and hunger to cattle barons from cavalry to parlement it also bring the moment people and life in 1870s
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