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Trail Driver (Sagebrush Unabridged Westerns) download ebook
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1574902210
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978-1574902211
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William Dufris,Zane Grey
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Isis Audio Books; Unabridged edition (January 1, 2005)
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Although Western writer Zane Grey is best remembered for The Riders of the Purple Sage, the novel The .

Although Western writer Zane Grey is best remembered for The Riders of the Purple Sage, the novel The . This ambitious tale weaves a grand narrative of the construction of the Union Pacific Railroad line, which serves as the backdrop for a tender romance that blooms between the virtuous Allie and the mysterious and taciturn protagonist, Warren Neale. He didn't think twice before he kidnapped pretty Joan Randle on a lonesome Idaho trail.

Categories: Westerns. Publication date 01 Jan 1998. Publisher Sagebrush Large Print Westerns. Publication City/Country United States. Sagebrush Large Print Western Series. By (author) Zane Grey.

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The Trail Driver book. In this classic western tale by Zane Grey, raging rivers, powerful storms, stampedes, treachery, trail rustlers, and Comanche Indian raiders threaten the outfit and their stock along the trail. However, the greatest surprise lies right within the outfit, when an unlikely heroine appears-a young girl disguised as a cowboy. Skyhorse Publishing is proud to publish a broad range of books for readers interested in fiction that takes place in the old West.

Wildfire (Sagebrush Westerns),Zane Grey. Vintage Western Book Zane Grey The Trail Driver. Knights of the Range (Thorndike Western I) by Zane Grey Book The Cheap Fast Free. From United KingdomGenre: WesternFormat: PaperbackAuthor: Zane Grey. Open Range (Thorndike Western I) by Grey, Zane Book The Cheap Fast Free Post. From United KingdomGenre: WesternAuthor: Zane Grey. Knights of the Range: A Western Story,Zane Grey.

This book is licensed for your personal enjoyment only. Sagebrush is a work of fiction. They had been following the Santa Fe Trail, which followed the Arkansas River. It may not be copied or reproduced in any manner without express written permission of the author or publisher. Cities and towns are used in a fictitious manner for purposes of this work. Michael remembered the men saying that when they reached the headwaters of the Arkansas, the trail would then take them through Raton Pass, and then down the west slope of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains to Santa Fe. Michael also remembered hearing the men discussing a shortcut that was supposed to be an easier route.

Westerns Talking Books The titles in this booklist are just a selection of the . Carter, Peter Leaving Cheyenne. Read by William Dufris, 13 hours 29 minutes. Grey, Zane The rainbow trail. Read by William Roberts, 11 hours 13 minutes.

Don’t forget you are allowed to have up to 6 books on loan. In the Spring of 1871, Ben Curtis and his brother Bo are driven from their land in Clement County, Texas.

Adam Brite set out to mount the biggest drive in the history of the famed Chisholm Trail - forty-five hundred longhorns, at least ten trail-tough drivers and enough bone-chilling danger in front of them to scare even the bravest men. Leading the drive was Pan Handle Smith, one of the most notorious outlaws in Texas. Brite expected a challenge on the storm-torn trail, but he never expected the hotbed of feuding, fighting and quick-shooting killing that threatened to keep the men from ever reaching the end of the long Chisholm Trail.
Reviews:
  • Vishura
This was a very entertaining, good book. I loved learning about the work and life of a trail driver. It was a hard life filled with so much tragedy and good will. The actual mechanics and daily events on a trail drive was fascinating. I especially liked the young woman who desperately wanted to be a trail driver and a family. Great story!
  • Steamy Ibis
A good western to read in a couple days.
  • Shan
Continuous action and drama. Even has a love story.
  • Benn
Grosset and Dunlap reprints are highly collectable, especially if you can prove they are first editions of the reprints. These books were well made and durable, and it is surprising how many of them are still out there. This story reads like this: This is the story of the cattle drive. From Texas they came, where cattle had little value except for their hides, to Kansas and the railroad where each head was worth about twenty dollars. So a herd of 3000 was worth upwards of sixty thousand dollars--quite a sum back then, and even yet today. In this novel Zane Grey relates to the reader just what it was like for a group of cow punchers to drive a herd up the Chisolm Trail--the dangers, the rivers, the storms, the stampedes, the Indians. Yet, this is also the personal story of love, commitment, honesty, fortitude, and how each of us must face up to these obstacles. The character, Pan Handle Smith, shows up in this one--one of Zane Grey's great heros--to help deliver the cattle and use his guns. If you have ever seen the old TV show, Rawhide, this novels tells it like it really was. Of course, there is the romantic element, without which it would not be Zane Grey. A solid novel, well worth reading more than once.
  • Manona
This is the story of the cattle drive. From Texas they came, where cattle had little value except for their hides, to Kansas and the railroad where each head was worth about twenty dollars. So a herd of 3000 was worth upwards of sixty thousand dollars--quite a sum back then, and even yet today. In this novel Zane Grey relates to the reader just what it was like for a group of cow punchers to drive a herd up the Chisolm Trail--the dangers, the rivers, the storms, the stampedes, the Indians. Yet, this is also the personal story of love, commitment, honesty, fortitude, and how each of us must face up to these obstacles. The character, Pan Handle Smith, shows up in this one--one of Zane Grey's great heros--to help deliver the cattle and use his guns. If you have ever seen the old TV show, Rawhide, this novels tells it like it really was. Of course, there is the romantic element, without which it would not be Zane Grey. A solid novel, well worth reading more than once. And if you can purchase a 1st edition at the right price, I say buy it.
  • Kuve
This is the story of the cattle drive. From Texas they came, where cattle had little value except for their hides, to Kansas and the railroad where each head was worth about twenty dollars. So a herd of 3000 was worth upwards of sixty thousand dollars--quite a sum back then, and even yet today. In this novel Zane Grey relates to the reader just what it was like for a group of cow punchers to drive a herd up the Chisolm Trail--the dangers, the rivers, the storms, the stampedes, the Indians. Yet, this is also the personal story of love, commitment, honesty, fortitude, and how each of us must face up to these obstacles. The character, Pan Handle Smith, shows up in this one--one of Zane Grey's great heros--to help deliver the cattle and use his guns. If you have ever seen the old TV show, Rawhide, this novels tells it like it really was. Of course, there is the romantic element, without which it would not be Zane Grey. A solid novel, well worth reading more than once.
  • Zeueli
Zane Grey's The Trail Driver is a historical novel set on the Chisholm Trail in the 1870s. Adam Brite, Texas Joe Shipman, Panhandle Smith, and the other cowboys in the outfit encounter quicksand, stampeders, swollen rivers, treachery, hail storms, electrical storms, outlaws, and stampedes as they drive cattle from San Antonio, Texas to Dodge City, Kansas. And, to make things interesting, one of the cowboys turns out to be a girl. This is the first Zane Grey book I have read and I thoroughly enjoyed it. If you are wanting to start reading Zane Grey books and do not know where to begin you cannot go wrong with The Trail Driver.
With the same eloquence that Zane Grey portrays the western landscape, Dufris portrays Grey's characters. If it's Adam Brite, owner and the old man of the biggest cattle drive up the Chisholm Trail, gunfighter outlaw Pan Handle Smith, trail boss Texas Joe Shipman, or the spitfire horse rangler, Reddie Bayne, Dufris dramatizes his vocalizations of these main characters as well as all the Texas cowhands. Using dignity and sensitivity, Dufris captivates listeners and involves them in the beauty, sentiment, and danger of the Old West. Smooth narration of a good "shoot'em up" cowboy yarn combined with a heart-warming story of young love is a tough combination to top.