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Sundance, Butch and Me Mass Market Paperback – July 1, 2002
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Therefore, it made sense that she did not want to end up that same way, and perhaps life with an outlaw proved much more interesting and exciting.
It was said that in truth Butch was a likable guy and making his character so would then be correct historical fact.
Also, according to history very little is known about Etta Place and no one knows what really happened to her, so as I said, enjoy the book for what it is and you won't be disappointed.
I kind of hoped the ending of Sundance, Butch and Me had been different, but that is the romantic side of me, I guess!!!!
ThePlot is captivating. The story captures the historical mood of those years of the early 'west' that depicted the early outlaws and their thinking and way of life. A strength to the story is the well thought out string of conflict that keeps attention to the characters giving them a sense of reality. w w o o o wow great super and stirring.