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William W. Johnstone
characters ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ William W. JohnstoneE loss and constant danger I cant wait to read books by William Johnstone I have already started my second book and it is just as good as this oneI highly suggest reading this book For fans of classic western s like myself this series is for you Fun read especially at this time of the year Western adventure at its bestReally enjoyed this wagon train adventure A little different from some of the other books I ve read A little theater drama a bit of deception and Indian battles And having Preacher Smoke and MacCalister team co just magic I want to give all of the books I read at least 4 stars if not 5 just because I have such respect for what an author and others do to bring a book to print I read the pop p that shows *when I hover over the star icon though and It was OK is *I hover over the star icon though and It was OK is the star icon though and It was OK is best fit for how I feel about the bookI reckon see I m even talking like a cowboy now this book was okay as far as Westerns go but I can t help but think there are some pretty excellent ones out there somewhereThings I didn t like the fight scenes that were too gruesome for my liking bones crunching details bleckh bias against the indigenous people as evidenced by the callus way their deaths were written about lack of believable romance between the couple who falls in love I would have liked development but the book seemed stuck on action and plot narration was a bit generic and drum rollish too much for my taste not subtle but instead like someone would tell a story if they were sitting around a campfireThings I liked scenery of being in the open the main character his dialogue his pards partners the mythical legends the story s plot perpetuated gave the book a lightheartedness I m glad I experienced the read but I won t be reading another by him Not a bad read A Big Sky Chr. Of a man who swears he can get them there by Christmas come hell or high snow drifts The journey is plagued by brutal storms and rugged terrain outlaws and ,
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Always enjoy reading William W Johnstone Not your Christmas story But it s aenjoy reading William W Johnstone Not your The Volleyball Coaching Bible - Volume II (The Volleyball Coaching Bible, usual Christmas story But it s a reading William W Johnstone Not yoursual Christmas story But it s a read so enjoy it A good story about frontier life and traveling by covered wagonI enjoyed reading this story about life on the frontier and simple people pursuing their dreams and enduring hardships And the side story of a budding love was an additional gift This book is definitely a wintertime story but not truly a Christmas story The story involves a group of people relocating to Montana The wagon train has stopped in Missouri and is setting Diccionario trilingüe Miskitu - Sumu-Mayangna - Español up to make the final trek towards Montana The wagon master is not the greatest and while letting off steam in the local drinking establishment windsp with a broken leg and a new wagon master needs to be found The person who stood p to the wagon master in the bar now has take over as the wagon master for the group even though he feels they may not make it as it is too late in the season to be trying to travel to Montana he will do the job because the people have no alternative except to continue their trip On top of everything else the group takes on two people who need to be anywhere but where they are now There are a lot of little interesting things going on within the story and there are a few surprises The little bit of the feeling of Christmas comes at the end of the book and is satisfactory I could not put this book down I just had to know what was going to happen You cant help but get drawn in by the characters This is the first cowboy book I have read sually I read horror or apocalyptic type books but I did grow p watching Little House on the Prairie and John Wayne movies There is lov. In the fall of 1873 a wagon train of immigrants sets off from Missouri for the Montana Territory Leading them is wagon master Jamie Ian MacCallister a giant. ,
a series of Western romances culminating at Christmas This time Jamie McAllister is corralled into leading a wagon train series of Western romances culminating at Christmas This time Jamie McAllister is corralled into leading a wagon train pioneers from Kansas City Missouri to Montana territory where they plan to settle He thinks they are setting out too late to make it before the harsh winter are setting out too late to make it before the harsh winter but he agrees to lead them because if anybody can get them there by Christmas it s Jamie McAllister It s a stereotypical Western tale cardboard characters right out of central casting a band of varmints set on revenge an actress who is NOT a prostitute fleeing from a rich man intent on having his way with her a cowboy who has been running with a group of outlaws but has reformed for love of course a fire and brimstone preacher a studious and polite Jewish immigrant Indians buffalo shoot outs prairie fires and
blizzards It s also a fast read with a plot that kept me interested enough to keep turning pagesIt s also a fast read with a plot that kept me interested enough to keep turning pages A Johnstone has improved hisher writing since the first book in the series though not much The books carry William Johnstone s name but he died at least 7 years before the first book was published so I think it would be honest to have only J A Johnstone s name on the books Oh and if you re looking for a Christmas book look elsewhere About the only reference to Christmas is that McAllister promises to get the pilgrims to Montana by that date It s really just a Western romance set during early winter with a plot that culminates on Christmas Day. Ostile Indians Just when things look nearly hopeless two nlikely saviors arrive an old mountain man known as Preacher and legendary frontiersman Smoke Jense.
William W. Johnstone