West of the Pecos

West of the Pecos West Of The Pecos Books Author Zane Grey Bandcamptomp3.co.uk From One Of The Bestselling Western Novelists Of All Time, Comes Another Classic Story Templeton Lambeth Had So Desperately Wanted A Son An Heir To Ride By His Side Through The Vast, Wild Ranges Just West Of The Pecos River But To His Disappointment, His Wife Bore A Girl His Hopes Crushed And In Denial, He Decides To Raise His Daughter As If She Were A Boy In Honor Of Lambeth S Successful Brother, They Named Her Terrill Upon The Arrival Of The Civil War, Lambeth Enlists In Lee S Army, Leaving Behind His Wife And Tomboy Daughter, With Hopes To Reconcile Living In The Shadow Of His Brother By The Time The War Ends, Lambeth Returns A Colonel And His Wife Has Passed Tired Of His Old Life As A Cotton Planter, He Packs Up With His Tomboy Daughter, Rill, And Heads For The Alluring Western Frontier To Start Anew After They Arrive In The West, The Colonel Is Brutally Murdered Rill, Disguised As A Youth Of Eighteen Who Rode With The Toughest, Is Left To Fend For Herself In The Wild West Swarming With Outlaws Enter The One They Called Pecos Smith A Rugged Desperado With A Mysterious Past And One Bad Reputation Though, He May Not Be What He Seems Filled With Adventure, Bandits, And The Beautiful Landscape Of America In Its Formative Years, West Of The Pecos Is A Classic Tale By One Of The Greatest Novelists Of The American West Skyhorse Publishing Is Proud To Publish A Broad Range Of Books For Readers Interested In Fiction That Takes Place In The Old West Westerns Books About Outlaws, Sheriffs, Chiefs And Warriors, Cowboys And Indians Are A Genre In Which We Publish Regularly Our List Includes International Bestselling Authors Like Zane Gray And Louis L Amour, And Many While Not Every Title We Publish Becomes A New York Times Bestseller Or A National Bestseller, We Are Committed To Books On Subjects That Are Sometimes Overlooked And To Authors Whose Work Might Not Otherwise Find A Home. This was the first Zane Grey I ever read as a middle school student which is amazing to me, because as I read it this time I found the first few chapters really slow and overly landscape descriptive Once I got past that though I was totally captivated by the story and cowboy language It is the story of Terrill Lambert, a young girl who disguises herself as a boy, at first to please her father s dream for a son and second to protect herself in wild west Texas when her father is murdered Her This was the first Zane Grey I ever read as a middle school student which is amazing to me, because as I read it this time I found the first few chapters really slow and overly landscape descriptive Once I got past that though I was totally captivated by the story and cowbo
One of my favorite Zane Grey books I absolutely loved his books as a kid Reading his books led me to fall in love with the American Southwest. I have read a lot of Zane Grey I don t think I can say all, but maybe most, of his books have a romantic interest in them where it takes the entire book to win the fair maiden and this one is no exception He is the master at description of the western lands This story is about a girl of 15 who dresses as a boy and travels west from Louisiana with her father and a married black couple They have a guide to take them to a good place west of the Pecos and finally arrive many months later When I have read a lot of Zane Grey I don t think I can say all, but maybe most, of his
Lectura entretenida y muy ligera Hay que tener en cuenta la poca en la que fue escrito pero tiene unos personajes y unas tramas taannn inocentes que te saca una sonrisa GreatExcellent writing and adventure Interesting from page one to the end Never knowing what will happen next Have to keep reading to find out. I actually read my Great Grandfather s copy, which has a copyright of 1937 on it, published by Grosset and Dunlap and not dated.Modern readers may take offense at the stereotypes and use of racial and ethnic epithets which permeate the story, but as I considered it, this may well have been the way the rough society of the period functioned.The story itself is about what is left of the Lambeth family, Father and Daughter and a pair of their former slaves heading west to make a new life Into the I actually read my Great Grandfather s copy, which has a copyright of 1937 on it, published by Grosset and Dunlap and not dated.Modern readers may take offense at the stereotypes and use of racial and ethnic epithets which permeate the story, but as I considered i
This book is an example of the typical Zane Grey book A cowboy named Pecos Smith has a mysterious past and he comes into contact with a damsal in distress The adventure of coming west to start a new life, conflicts with outlaws and eventually succeeding is told in Zane Grey s descr
Templeton Lambeth heads west with his daughter Terrill following the Civil War When Templeton is murdered Terrill is left to fend for herself until desperado Pecos Smith crosses her path A romantic western of the early 20th century. Fun but for its cringe worthy overt racism Thought I d try a Zane Grey It was fine, maybe not my style.

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  • Hardcover
  • 481 pages
  • West of the Pecos
  • Zane Grey
  • English
  • 04 October 2017
  • 0893401358