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Author:
Louis L'amour
ISBN13:
978-0553207866
ISBN:
0553207865
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Publisher:
Bantam Doubleday Dell; 7th Printing edition (December 1981)
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Genre Fiction
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Only Kin Sackett and his brother Yance dared to make the treacherous journey along the Warrior's Path to rescue the girl from her captors.

Only Kin Sackett and his brother Yance dared to make the treacherous journey along the Warrior's Path to rescue the girl from her captors. For when there is a crisis on the frontier you could count on a Sackett for swift action.

In The Warrior’s Path, Louis L’Amour tells the story of Yance and Kin Sackett, two brothers who are the last hope of a young woman who faces a fate worse than death

In The Warrior’s Path, Louis L’Amour tells the story of Yance and Kin Sackett, two brothers who are the last hope of a young woman who faces a fate worse than death. When Yance Sackett’s sister-in-law is kidnapped, he and Kin race north from Carolina to find her. They arrive at a superstitious town rife with rumors-and learn that someone very powerful was behind Diana’s disappearance. To bring the culprit to justice, one brother must sail to the exotic West Indies.

Книга жанра: Старинная литература, Старинная литература: Прочее. Chapter I. What I hoped for was a fat bear, and what I came up with was a skinny Indian. It was lonely on the mountain, and I had been watching the sun crest the peaks with light. There was some mist lying in the valleys, and all around me the rhododendrons were in bloom, covering the flanks of the Blue Ridge and the mountains nearby. Seated among them, their petals falling across my shoulders and into my hair, I watched the path below

The Warrior’s Path by Louis L’amour was published in 1980, and L’amour is already known for his instant success from his first published book, a Western-novel called Hondo. L’amour’s style is focused on modern Western writing, and the preservation of America’s heritage and local history.

The Warrior’s Path by Louis L’amour was published in 1980, and L’amour is already known for his instant success from his first published book, a Western-novel called Hondo. The genre of this book is Western Historical. This novel is about a family living in the Carolinas before they were even settled in by the Europeans.

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Louis L'amour It was an old, old path, old before the coming of the Cherokees, old before the Shawnees hunted these hills, as old as the first men on these mountains.

Chapter I. It was an old, old path, old before the coming of the Cherokees, old before the Shawnees hunted these hills, as old as the first men on these mountains. All through the afternoon there had been no sound but the twittering of birds, but I knew something was coming up the trail yonder, for I'd seen birds fly up from time to time, marking its progress along the path, which was visible only at intervals.

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  • The integrity of the writer is clearly in his writing. As he said, his writing would last for thousands of years--it was not pulp fiction, but historically accurate fiction of the lives of that time, with settings clearly existing. . Actually, a book has been compiled of this writer's wisdom, his QUOTATIONS.. Words of wisdom of life, all culled from his writings by his daughter. A delightful book to own, a wonderful author to read. Having left school at age 15, Louis L'Amour never stopped reading most everything he could get his hands on. He never forgot his burning desire to leave something of himself behind that would give others pleasure to read, and to remember the settlement of the "frontier" of America; in fact, he himself never referred to his writing as Western fiction, but FRONTIER STORIES. Love to read Louis L'Amour!

  • Once again Louie was able to give pieces of true history enough soul to make them enjoyable and exciting. I am eager to read Jubal, the next chapter in this saga. I Miss. Louis' fun view of history. The variety of locations gives added interest to historical information. Oh if only history class had been this interesting. So many books draw from history without using it to actually tell the story of living the l I get of a pioneer. Louie always moves me into the story.

  • As before in Book 1 & 2 the excitement continues. I'm having fun reading the Sacketts series. I'm having the, delightful problem, of reading to long into the night. It alway difficult to write an action scenes and convey the true excitement/passion without getting to wordy or to long of a description. L'Amour however has it to a perfect science. Your mind is filled with the new world woods and meadows or the rolling seas and morning sun rises. You will enjoy every word.

  • I normally read Military Science Fiction but made a New Year's resolution to read a Louis L'Amour book. This was my fourth one. Much like the style of Michener novels but L'Amour tends to be more descriptive of the senses, emotions, and actionfrom the first person character perspective. The historical references are accurate and are a treat and a wealth of informative in themselves.
    Some parts are predictable. But, there are always suspenseful turns.
    Great reading for all ages.

  • I am enjoying the stories of early adventurers and settlers in what became British America and later The United States of America so much that after finishing this forth book I have purchase the full seventeen books in the series so I don't have to disrupt reading to purchase each book.

  • This was the fourth time I've read this book. I'm a big Louis L'Amour fan and have read all of the Sackett books. This is one of the best of the Sackett books and the second generation chronologically.

  • This is a great western that goes from rescue to mystery. I really enjoyed it and think the Sacketts Series is a wonderful narrative of American history.

  • Anyone who enjoys historical adventures or western genre, especially novels by Louis L'Amour, will like this book. It is one of 17 novels in the Sackett saga. Each Sackett book is complete on its own, but for even more thrills and adventure read all the Sackett books.