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Comanche Moon : A Novel Paperback – October 17, 2000
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-?Thomas L. Kilpatrick, Southern Illinois Univ. Lib., Carbondale
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Are they piddly details in an otherwise compelling story? Perhaps. But it is certainly annoyingly disappointing to encounter these simple continuity mistakes. Why make such mistakes in your own books? The changes wouldn't improve the story but only make one suspicious.
I think Margaret Mitchell had it right to not try to inflict on the public a sequel to Gone with the Wind. No one could ever top it. Look at the romance novel sequel that followed 50 years later written by another author and a different writing style. Take my advice. Read Lonesome Dove and enjoy but I wouldn't think it necessary to read the other books in the series.
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I am lost in this book...looking for trails in the moonlight!!Published 5 days ago by Mary Stephens
Some story lines left a bit undone at the end, but a thoroughly enjoyable read for genre lovers.Published 6 days ago by Jeff Boyles
This is one of the books u will ever read. A true classic to rival classics. You want be disappointed.
I got "Dead Man's Walk" for Xmas and couldn't put it down. So I got the other three books of the Lonesome Dove tetrology
and consumed them all. Read more
Oh boy...here I am critiquing a Pulitzer Prize inner and I got A's and B's in writing courses......
Thing is I have grown weary of McMurtry's style and it occurred to me... Read more
Loved the battles and fighting scenes with all their vivid descriptions the honest portrayal of the Indians superiority and the stupidity of early settlersPublished 1 month ago by J. M. Cooper