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The Life of John Wesley Hardin
The Life of John Wesley Hardin
von John Wesley Hardin
  Taschenbuch
Preis: EUR 17,99

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great read.....for any old west fan, 8. Februar 2000
Rezension bezieht sich auf: The Life of John Wesley Hardin (Taschenbuch)
I really enjoyed this book. I fancy myself an amatuer old west historian who actually knew very little about Hardin (just the rumors). And while the book is somewhat self-serving (he never seemed to kill a man that needed killing - at least not in his eyes) - it is a great read. It seems he was half filled with hate which was fueled by his temper, while the other half was chock full of loyalty to friends and family. I think in today's world, JWH would have either been a homicidal maniac or a productive, loyal citizen (with some anger management classes). Let me step down off my soapbox, so you can get to reading....I am currently reading Dark Angel of Texas (JWH)...so far, so good.


Into the Wild
Into the Wild
von Jon Krakauer
  Taschenbuch
Preis: EUR 9,99

5.0 von 5 Sternen So good, I read all 206 pages in one sitting...., 8. Februar 2000
Rezension bezieht sich auf: Into the Wild (Taschenbuch)
This book grabbed a hold of me, shook my emotions around and then placed me back down to earth wondering what just took place....that was my adventure. I simply loved this book..and read it in one night. Chris' story is both amazing and tragic...it makes you wonder what made this bright kid tick and why he would trade a traditionally comfortable life to chase the (more) fiction (than non-fiction) of Jack London and/or Therou. What is even more interesting is how close he came to making it Either way, its a great read. As an aside, I actually wrote the author, Krakauer b/c the book moved me so, and he responded w/ a hand-written postcard answering my questions.,,....seems like a class/regular guy...I was very impressed. Anyway, I hope you like it....


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