In 1964, Little Big Man gave us the reminiscences of Jack Crabb - a white orphan raised among the Cheyenne - who returns to "civilized" society, where (among other things) he tangles with Wyatt Earp and Wild Bill Hickok, and ends up as the only white survivor of Custer's Last Stand. At the end of Little Big Man, Jack's supposed death at age 111 cut short his tale. A newly discovered manuscript, however, reveals that Jack had faked his death to get out of his publishing contract, and he now picks up the story of his extraordinarily action-packed life.
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Loved it just as much as the first one
Jack Crab, he is the story
Listened to the first book and loved it
Going to miss not listening to it in my truck
Great story, great narrator, great everything. Loved the first one and this was just as good! Read the first book first though.
I've loved this story my whole life. The narrator IS Jack Crabb. I'm sorry the journey is over.....until next time!
Really enjoyed this a lot! Easy to pick up and put down again as I mostly listen on my commutes.
The original Little Big Man was terrific fun. This one is, by comparison, a bit tedious and directionless, and the main character seems rather depressed. I recommend you listen to the first volume, if you have not already, but skip this.
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