- Joseph Conrad --This text refers to the Library Binding edition.
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Rating just the narration, not the story, it was OK. Cooper's language is both antiquated and at a very high education level. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Perpetual Dreamer
This classic novel explores human nature, honor, courage, fidelity, and cultural heritage in a way that is sensitive, rational, and starkly realistic. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Timothy Shaver
What a snoozer! Cooper has the knack of taking an exciting adventure and making it dull and tedious. It doesn't help that the narrator reads this like a robot.Published 23 days ago by Valerie
Be warned, it's 'wordy'. But the action keeps it belting along, and it's an interesting insight into an America that has long since disappeared.Published 1 month ago by Pygmy Possum
Very overwrought as an example of 19th century Romantic literature. The adaptation to Kindle format was clumsy with many text repetitions and double spacing of author's notes. Read morePublished 3 months ago by goboy