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He rode into our valley in the summer of '89, a slim man, dresses inblack.
"Call me Shane," he said. He never told us more.
There was a deadly calm in the valley that summer, a slow, climbing tension that seemed to focus on Shane.
"There's something about him," Mother said. "Something...dangerous..."
"He's dangerous all right," Father said, "...but not to us..."
"He's like one of these here slow burning fuses," the mule skinner said. Quiet...so quiet you forget it's burning till it sets off a hell of a blow of trouble. And there's trouble brewing."
Great book about heroism, courage, and what it means to stand up for what's right. Your young boys will love it.Published 15 days ago by Barak Lurie
One of the best western novels (and the first one) I've ever read - I took this one in nearly fifty years ago and it's still one of my favorite books.Published 1 month ago by R. McCuistian
A Classic of the genre. If you're only familiar with the iconic movie, there were a few name changes. Otherwise, the movie closely follows the novel on which it was based.Published 1 month ago by William D. Brown
Have seen the movie many times and wanted to read the novel.Published 2 months ago by Harold R. Mchugh
This book is very interesting for those interested in reading about Shane in depth and what the story may represent. Interesting view points from different angles. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Scott Canfield