[ Pdf The Lost Wagon Train (Zane Grey Western Series) Æ media-tie-in PDF ] by Zane Grey ☆ By far the worst book I've red by Zane Grey, and that is saying something.
Completely laughable dialogue, and the story is all over the place.
In the last half
nothing is believable anymore.
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Even so, for some reason I found the book hard to put down at times.
The climax was actionpacked.
I liked Grey's vivid descriptions of nature out west.
There was lots of killing, which is probably to be expected in a western.
I'd probably read another one if I found it cheap at a used book sale.
A marauding bunch of outlaws make a living by "stealing" entire pioneer wagon trains.
leaving not a trace of wagons or people.
As usual, there is a mild love story and mystery included as well.
I enjoyed this western.
This book had cool characters, action, humor, and a tad bit of romance that actually got me emotionally involved in the story.
One of the better books I’ve read this year.
And I have absolutely no idea why I liked it that much, probably was having a mental crisis.
Not the edition I "rescued" from the local transfer station which has a photograph cover.
My first ZG book and it's not bad(I'm not quite done yet).
Takes place over 20 years mostly in NE New Mexico and includes a number of authentic place names: Fort Dodge, Fort Union, Wagon Mount(or Mound)and the Cimarron and the Canadian Rivers.
Interesting that only 60 years from the end of this book about Indian massacres,gun fighting, cattle drives, pioneer settlers and ranchers, the first Abomb was exploded at Jornada del Muerto(Journey of Death), a place also mentioned in the book.
I compare this with "Blood Meridian" and "Lonesome Dove" somewhat favorably.
Not as well written with some not credible melodrama but still pretty brutal at time Even though I walloped this book with a three star review, I would like to say there was one chapter that dipped its toes in twostar territory, and other parts that neared fivestars.
That is to say, like reading any older western, I had to put my 2020 self incheck and take the parts I could take and let go of the parts I could not.
Three gleanings this book reminded me about:
Setting can carry a story, as it does in "The Lost Wagon Train.
" And it made me wonder, in my primarily scifi and fantasy reading bent I've got going over the last decade, what I've been missing out on as a reader, passing through (mostly) brilliantly unfamiliar imagined settings.
Being so connected to the setting, this read felt quite real and I found myself surprisingly invested.
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