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3.0 out of 5 starsNot who I thought wrote the books
Reviewed in the United States on May 2, 2017
I bought all three of these books without knowing at the time that they were written by Joseph West. I have to say he sure likes to keep the "Hero" shot, dragged, whipped, etc., etc., etc., the entire book. I like my "hero" to be on top of the game at lease most of the time. Couple that with Joseph spending half the book describing the scenery and other characters really distracts from the story line. The book could have been written with half the space with most of the descriptions left out. It's okay to describe something to get the lay of the land but page after page get's wearisome after awhile.
Reviewed in the United States on February 15, 2008
Showdown At Two Bit Creek, cassette version is as good as can be. Narrated by Mr. Texas, Jim Gough. The narrator is different and inferior on the CD version. Back to the cassette. There are sound effects too. A good western story with some mystery too and many witticisms. For example: - I'm not a man that likes to be stampeded. - He was a man to ride the river with. - He knew every last grain of sand had run through the hour glass; the time for talk was over. Buy the cassette version, you won't be disappointed even if you have to pay $25 as I did. Don't buy the CD version.
5.0 out of 5 starsRalph Compton-Showdown at Two-Bit Creek
Reviewed in the United States on February 6, 2010
This book on cd was bought as a gift for my grandfather who loves to read but has lost some of his sight. He has enjoyed listening to his favorite westerns now, this being one of them. I have bought several of them for him now.