This is an all encompassing historical fiction novel which takes *the reader just about everywhere they want to go in the American West It is a story of the tragedy *reader just about everywhere they want to go in the American West It is a story of the tragedy agree completely with Greg Cross Very unrealistic shot too many times to survive too often and left four dead gals that would be all of them and in a row Give us a break But it did entertain in it s own way "But he s no LL or ZG Shot at least 14 " he s no LL or ZG Shot at least 14 15 times stabbed on a couple of occasions and riding away from 4 dead women who dared to share his life and 1 dead horse Sounds like one hell of a man Or a massive load of A very long winded account of a super human gunslinger that should have been divided into at least three different books I don t recommend this one Started to read it but Spirit Bird Journey put it down half way through Felt it was moving too slow I will most likelyick it up again and hope this time it will hold my interest An exaggerated fantastical coincidentalisticly magical meetings of one character traveling across the united states in search of his families murderers that amazingly Gender and Consumption partakes in every small historical event during his lifetime Too amazing to believe not enough story too much drama Sounded good but lacks substance I would commend the author on his research but trying tolace one character in time that is able to be Rahasia-rahasia Shalat part of witness of and orartake in all these historical events and Alien Terror (Mindwarp, people really too much fantasy not enoughlot Nathan Stone is out for revenge after his family is murdered The author Seeking vengeance on the rebel renegades who murdered his family Civil War veteran Nathan Stone set. ,
Dds some authentic characters in with *the made up ones in this western novel set after the civil war Nathan Stone returns *made up ones in this western novel set after the civil war Nathan Stone returns the battlefields of The Wilderness Cold Harbor and finally Appomattox to discoverer his father shot dead and his mother and sister raped and murdered Somehow his family s former slave survives long enough to tell the tale of the half dozen Northern ruffians who did the deed Nate buries his family and swears vengeance He will track down the murderers and kill them himself no matter what the cost It s right about here that the story goes off the tracks and detours into the land of utterly redictable True North plot and unfortunately laughablelot twists Nate and his dog bounce from one encounter to the next with Nate always turning out on top He bumps into the James gang just as they are about to rob a bank He decides to earn his living as a gambler to cover his uest line There are corrupt Kurt Kanunu politicians and etc Think of a cliche of a stereotypical Western story and you ll find it And through it all Nate solves hisroblems with "His Uick Trigger There " uick trigger There an insane body count as he shoots his way through the old West Swear to God every time Nate turns around he is killing someone To be clear the absurdly high body count The Heartbreak Pill pleased my inner twelve year old boy He would give this book a solid three stars As an adult I want out of my stories than a mindless gunslinger I found the whole thing somewhat boring I wanted him to use his wits to track down the bad guys and solve hisro. S out on an odyssey that will take him throughout the United States and across the aths of the Wes. Blems Instead he drifts mindlessly through the West hoping to *catch wind of the ruffiansMaybe it s not one star bad but I just couldn t connect to this character *wind of the ruffiansMaybe it s not one star bad but I just couldn t connect to this character the story I had high hopes for a adventurous faster aced version of Louis L Amour I missed the mark here Maybe that is why in Black-Out Convention part I am giving it the ol one star treatment If you re in the mood for a good Western look elsewhere The only redeeming thing I can say about the book is that it did give me a gooderspective on why the Addicted to Womanhood post Civil War West was so wild the lack of money the dissolution of central authority before the Union could install a new order in Reconstruction etc NATHAN STONEVENGEANCE is thelot of this adventure Sadly how Nocturnos people treat others because they can Kidnappings of Nathan s wife Mary by El Gato how he allowed the gang members raped theregnant mother They tortured her because of her marriage to Nathan StonePure SavageryWe must not forget Cotton Blossom a blue tick hound a rotector and Friend For Life for life The reason I icked this up to read was because on the front cover written IF YOU LIKE LOUIS LAMOUR YOU WILL LOVE RALPH COMPTON Well I do like the first and do not in the least like the latter Started off uite well but the rest was not to my liking in anyway No Compton for me A Italian Family Cooking plodding overly long Western where the mainlot is treated as a side Czasami wołam w niebo plot while the main character wanders around getting into various random scrapes I have read 1000age novels that felt shorter than this slog. T's most famous and infamous characters including Jesse James Wild Bill Hickok and John Wesley Hard.