Now, as treachery explodes among Ben's riders, and two honest lawmen, Tyrel Sackett and Borden Chantry, begin to zero in on the gang, Mike must choose between his loyalty to Ben and his yearning for a different life. Yet when the guns start echoing off the Vermilion Cliffs, the time for choosing is over, and the time for battle has begun.
©2005 Louis & Katherine L'Amour Trust; (P)2005 Random House, Inc. Random House Audio, a division of Random House, Inc.
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"Outstanding Production of a Powerful Story"
Louis L'amour's stories are always the best. Listening to this story, furthermore, is not like listening to a story, it is like watching a movie, or even better, like actually being on the scene. The story starts by establishing deep personal foundations under the characters, and proceeds to build excitement and suspense to a peak. This program also includes a bonus hour (after 2+ hours of the story) about the making of the audio, and concludes with some personal time with the author himself speaking: the late Louis L'amour. If there is anything disappointing about this, it is that there are not more like it available, NOW.
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When Michael turned down the job of running the gang
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Yes I loved the whole concept of the Audio.I wish some more of the Talon and Chantry books were put on Audio Like the Sackett series. Which I own and love to keep listening to. Thank you once again. I am a real supporter of the Amazon Purchasing sysyem. a faithful listener and reader Alice A Boulet
"Classic Western Fare"
This dramatized book in another of great fiction relating to our western heritage. There is an explanation at the end of how the production was accomlished as well as a brief conversation with the author. I highly recommend this title to any reader who enjoys western drama.
This is a good story, but if your expecting the story written by Louis L'Amour this isn't it. This is a stand alone story very loosely based on the original. I did enjoy it but I had to keep reminding myself not to remember the original which is one of my favorite Louis L'Amour stories.
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