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Powder River - Season One

A Radio Dramatization
Series: Powder River, Book 1
Length: 6 hrs and 13 mins
Categories: Fiction, Historical
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Summary

Former lawman turned rancher Britt MacMasters and his son Chad begin a new life in Clearmont, Wyoming until Britt’s past returns to haunt them. One of the toughest outlaw gangs in the west is headed to Clearmont for revenge. Episodes include: "The Preacher," "A Tangled Rope," "A Friend In Need," "Battle At Ricochet Rock," "The Gold Wagon," "Peace Of Mind," "The Lost Mine," "Never The Twain," "The Winter Soldier," "The Wind In The Mountain," "The Vengeance Trail," "The Wine Of Life," "The Mark Of A Killer," "Dancing With The Devil," and "Thunder On The River."

©2011 Jerry Robbins (P)2011 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

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  • Dana
  • 07-04-13

Entertainment to the fullest

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

I would recommend this to adults and children alike. Anyone who just appreciates dramatized stories will not be disappointed in Powder River. My 8 yr. old son loves these fantastic western stories!!

What other book might you compare Powder River - Season One to and why?

I think the family and moral values and ideas presented in Powder River remind me a lot of the little house on the prairie stories! The father son relationship is a true winner!

Which scene was your favorite?

This one is a tough one to answer because I so enjoyed the complete season.

Who was the most memorable character of Powder River - Season One and why?

Of course, the Marshall. I really love his strength and his love that he has for his deceased wife! That in it self wins my heart..

Any additional comments?

I will look forward to listening to the rest of the seasons. I am so glad that there is no foul language used in Season one! I hope they continue this for the future! Its a good clean program for anyone, and that is well worth the money to me as a mother.

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  • Jim "The Impatient"
  • 03-03-17

WHEN THE WORLD ENDS, I WOULD LIKE TO BE IN

CINCINNATI, BECAUSE IT IS ALWAYS 20 YEARS BEHIND.
When people say this is old tyme entertainment, they mean the 50's are latter. I think they actually copied some stories from old days. I can not believe that someone today would write a story were a boy tells a girl in a wheelchair, that she can walk. He just meets the girl and he knows she can walk. The mother is keeping her in a wheelchair on purpose. Many of the plots are easily predicted. There is one episode with Mark Twain that did not even have a plot. Twain says AMERICA IS BUILT ON A TILT, SO EVERYTHING LOOSE SLIDES TO CALIFORNIA.

I NEVER LIKED THE SUNRISE, IT COMES TO EARLY IN THE MORNING
I usually am okay with a simple plot, but these are just to simple, even for me. The production is great, just needs better writing. I will not continue this series.

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  • J. Davis
  • 26-02-16

Old time style radio with brand new stories

Powder River is a Western radio drama in the style of Bonanza and Gunsmoke, but has great pace and performances by the Colonial Radio Theater.

Brett McMasters and his son Chad have just moved to a ranch near Claremont, Wyoming, bringing secrets with them that unfold throughout the first season. With a great supporting cast of characters, Powder River will be an adventure you'll enjoy and want to listen to.

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  • Gary
  • 05-12-11

GOOD FAMILY TIME

A great audiobook for the whole family. Would be a great audio book for Mom, Dad and the whole family.

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  • Michele Fitzgerald
  • 04-11-11

The Best

This is a great story! Heart warming! My family enjoys the Powder River series very much. Entertaining, funny, and exciting. Great to listen to any time!

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  • Wade Altschwager
  • 10-11-19

Nice

The one thing is that Star died and in the fith one Sandy does to and so are no more girls

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  • Mark
  • 16-08-18

Truly outstanding

What a wonderful series. You really feel like you know the good people of Claremont.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 06-08-18

My 13 yo son loves this series

I just purchased the next Season because my son requested it. It's nice for him to have some non - video entertainment on trips in the car and while he is doing his chores.

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  • scott
  • 08-01-18

Cool

It so cool and I like it so much and l like It so much

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  • Steve and/or Jodene
  • 28-09-13

Not bad, but could be better

This is a series of western audio dramas, in the style of the Old Time Radio dramas from the "golden age of radio." Unfortunately, it suffers in comparison with the best of the classic radio dramas. The sound and production quality are just fine, but the writing and voice acting occasionally struck me as distinctly amateurish (especially in the case of a few of the guest actors), to an extent that made it hard for me to suspend disbelief and lose myself in the story.

Earlier episodes seemed juvenile, focused around the young Chad McMasters, and some of them didn't have much action. Later episodes became "grittier" and more violent (though still not unsuitable for any but the most sensitive of young listeners).

My review only refers to this first "season"; I see there are others available, and if the show finds its feet they may be worth listening to, but this is the only set I've heard as of now.