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Legend of the Dawn: The Complete Trilogy

Legend of the Dawn; After the Dawn; Before Sundown
Narrated by: Greg Walston
Length: 20 hrs and 2 mins
Categories: Fiction, Historical
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Summary

Having been drawn to the wild for a number of years, young Luke McKinney is forced to leave 1839 St. Louis for the North Country even sooner than he expected to go. At 17, along with a female companion and an elderly father figure, he is literally running for his life.

With the law pursuing him and the wilderness unforgiving, he finds himself caught up in a survival system that has nothing to do with civilization or laws.

Then the unthinkable happens: The love of his life is taken from him. It is during the pursuit of her captors that Luke finds a strength and determination that will shape his moral existence for the remainder of his life.

This is a trilogy of books that spans the lives of Luke McKinney and Breanne Bruyere, their undying love, through hell and high water, for over 50 years.

Daring, thrilling, romantic, historic... What else is there? Unforgettable!

©2012, 2013 J. R. Wright (P)2015 J. R. Wright

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  • Jeffrey
  • 13-06-19

Story is good, reading sucks...

I don't mind the story, but Greg Walston shouldn't read narrate stories... between the monotonous droning and the fact he sounds like a 5th grader reading aloud to the class makes it hard to stay awake.