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This is a rousing, old-fashioned tale that Grey based on the true story of a chapter of Western history -the deadly feud of the Tonto Basin in Arizona, also known as "The Pleasant Valley War." It might be compared to an Old West Romeo and Juliet with two feuding families and two star crossed sweethearts. Family loyalty, forbidden love and rivalry between cattle ranchers and sheep herders are all wrapped up in this classic western tale.

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  • S. Crider
  • Kansas City, MO, United States
  • 10-18-17

dull with no plot

I found this story by Gray to be dull and uneventful. The narrator's interpretation of the sounds and voices was absurd, his voice for Ellen was way to stylized and an insult to females in general.
the story was ridicules about two families fight to the end. I like Zane Gray stories in general as I think his writing style is like western poetry, but he fell short by this story.