Round 'em up: listen to more Collected Bowdrie Dramatizations.
©2005 Louis L'Amour; (P)2005 Random House, Inc.
I truly enjoyed this book. The dramatization was excellent and the bonus discussion by Louis L'Amour make this a worthwhile addition to your audiobook library.
I very much like the Bowdrie stories. This collection has many of the best tales and is worth listening to more than once. I only wish I could get Volume 2 if there is one.
Chuck Bowie is an awesome western character. Fun to follow his adventures while on road trips with my family.
its as if they captured the voice in my head
Chick always gets his man
Long ad short of it all, Louis L'Amour wouldn't let his work be presented by anyone but pros.He's never let me down yet.
i like Sci-Fi & Epic Fantasy with a little romance mixed in
Captivating and thought provoking
Yes, good has always
Bowdrie, he was the hero of the stories
I am a proud Mexican woman that loves words and reading/listening to books. I also believe that only through knowledge can we achieve progress.
Bowdrie and Louis L'Amour are classics from an era long gone. I LOVE listening to the stories and going back in time to when men were cowboys and gentlemen. LOTS of fun!
Some interesting stories, but I found the Dramatizations distracting. I love Louis L'Amour westerns, but prefer them without sound effects.
"A Trail To The West" begins with a narration by Louis L'Amour about his research and personal experiences...then goes into the story about a girls kidnapping.
The last story, "Bowdrie Follows A Cold Trail" was my favorite of the 6 stories.
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