When Louis l’Amour rides them, they’re generally good
stories. When Grover Gardner performs them, they’re generally great stories!
I typically love Louis L’amour stories. This one seemed a bit all over the place. The performance was good, but not exceptional.
It wasn’t until certain parts that I recognized that I’d heard/read it before.
I don’t want to be buy the same story told by different readers. This isn’t the first time. A little heads up please.
Typical western. I listen to these when I want strong characters in good against evil stories. Narrator was perfect for a western.
I liked this book when I read it (many) years ago. As I remember, the story, the Audio book has the same flavor. For me, it come across as nostalgia on the go. I grew up on L'Amour, and I have several of his (Audio) books. The audio books give me the chance to relive the "old west" in a new way. I'm satisfied with all the 'Audio Books' I've downloaded so far. My advice is "Give it a try". I won't say its 5 stars, cause nothin's perfect, but it's a good listen.
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