©2002 Louis L'Amour; (P)2008 Random House Audio
Nice to have a man's voice be a man's, a woman's voice be a woman's, and a child's a child's. You get used to men or women reading the part of the opposite sex (when the reader is good), but it is better to have men reading men and women reading women -- does not make you critique the reader, coming out of the story, or cringe.
Not L'Amour best and not worth more than $4.
I like the kind of story that this is. again simple and not filled with a ton of twists. and i get to hope for the characters to be successful and i dont have to endure a depressing messed up story filled with pessimism and depression. how it will turn out exactly, well thats the point of reading the book. i am continuing to enjoy the books by this author. going to be looking for more writers like this one.
This is the first Dramatization I've enjoyed.
I've only listen to a couple of dramatizations, but both were over-dramatized, with sound effects drowning out the voices, at times.
"That Triggernometry Tenderfoot" was different than the average L'Amour story: cattle trails, rustlers, Indian fighting, etc., I just wish it had been longer to develop the story more. I wasn't ready to stop listening. :-) But one of the things about Louis L'Amour is his ability to say a lot in a few words, so you don't feel it was incomplete.
It was a good story, well narrated by an all-star cast....an hour+ well spent.
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