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I my mind, a good book makes you sorry when you finish it.
So if you're a fan of McMurtry read COMANCHE MOON, but if you're a fan of Gus and Call you already read the book about them -- it was LONESOME DOVE.
This is a stand alone book in the series which can be read with enjoyment and understanding by itself.
Enjoyed every minute! As a Lonesome Dove fan I loved the closeness I felt to the characters in this wonderful book.Published 9 hours ago by Lindam
An excellent reading prequel to Lonesome Dove but it drags on in a predictable fashion in the last half of the book like the author lost interest.Published 10 hours ago by Steve Flanagan
We join Augustus and Call just before they become captains in the Texas Rangers. They are following Captain Innes Scull a crazed scholar of Greece who is soon to become a student... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Basementwatch
Enjoyed reading this book, even with the violent and gruesome depictions. Larry always (almost always) tells a good tale and the down side to this one is that it ended. Read morePublished 6 days ago by nanna6
I started this series with Dead Man's Walk. I prefer some spare, straightforward, realistic authors that pull no punches and tell it like it is. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Pat Page
a great western saga. book 2 in a series of 4 about the adventures and lives of 2 great friends and how alike yet different they are.Published 8 days ago by amah