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Author:
Burroughs
ISBN13:
978-0441047451
ISBN:
0441047459
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Publisher:
Charter Books (October 1979)
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Genre Fiction
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The Bandit of Hell's Bend is an Edgar Rice Burroughs Western fiction novel. The Bandit of Hell's Bend was published by "Argosy All-Story Weekly" in September and October 1924.

The Bandit of Hell's Bend is an Edgar Rice Burroughs Western fiction novel. The book version was first published by A. C. McClurg on 1925-06-04. This is one of four Westerns that Burroughs wrote

Burroughs soon took up writing full-time and by the time the run of Under the Moons of Mars had finished he had completed two novels, including Tarzan of the Apes, published from October 1912 and one of his most successful series.

Burroughs soon took up writing full-time and by the time the run of Under the Moons of Mars had finished he had completed two novels, including Tarzan of the Apes, published from October 1912 and one of his most successful series. Burroughs also wrote popular science fiction and fantasy stories involving Earthly adventurers transported to various planets (notably Barsoom, Burroughs's fictional name for Mars, and Amtor, his fictional name for Venus), lost islands, and into the interior of the hollow earth in his Pellucidar stories, as well as westerns and historical romances.

You can also read the full text online using our ereader. No better yarn of the old cattle days can be found in current fiction. Tense dramatic situations; unforgettable characters presented with incomparable skill; the humor and repartee of the "boys," and over all the glamor and romance of the old west. e crack of a shot, and the sheriffs gun dropped from his hand. All eyes turned in the direction of the entrance.

Start by marking The Bandit of Hell's Bend as Want to Read . Well over half of Burroughs' plot lines are quite predictable in that boy meets girl, loses girl (or believes that he has) and finally wins the girl.

Start by marking The Bandit of Hell's Bend as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The action and settings of the books vary considerably, which is why they are fun to read. In The Bandit of Hell's Bend, one of his few westerns, the presumed hero is rarely the main point-of-view character and is quite mysterious. The girl thinks of him as a big brother and not until faced with devastation does she realize she loves him.

Burroughs, Edgar Rice, 1875-1950. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. org on January 6, 2010. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).

Edgar Rice Burroughs. Argosy All-Story Weekly, September 13, 1924, with first part of "The Bandit of Hell's Bend". The Bandit of Hell's Bend," . McClurg & C. Chicago, 1925. Chapter I. Tough Luck.

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  • This book was a standard western people talked like it was a western not that school grammar stuff and it slows you down tremendously. The story is just like the Hollywood magic. and like the protagonist and the bad guys was set up like a WWF Summer Slam story. How many big guys could hide who they are and how many pole know who they are? The biggest lesson in this book was everyone knows who the thieves are or could guess who they are. Its all in the ignorance and the prejudices...

  • I knew burroughs wrote Tarzan and Carter of Mars I did not know that he wrote other kinds of stories including western and one I am now reading about a pickpocket. They are just as good as the Tarzan and Carter of Mars books. I like that old fashion pulp fiction-pulp science fiction type of story. This did not disappoint .I would recommend this book if you like that type of story.

  • I enjoyed this fast reading book. It had a twist that is unique to standard westerns. It contains Good character development.

  • My Wife and I both love to read. So, Amazon was the answer! I bought a Kindle for my wife (She now has 2) and I buy all the Hardbacks (Real old school)as the mood carries me. I found the missing editions of books that I was reading in the 60’s and when I Find a new author I can get all the back issues at great prices.

  • I have read virtually all of the books written by Edgar Rice Burroughs. The Bandit of Hells Bend is the western I have always liked the best. As an avid fan of Shakespeare, Coleridge, Donne and many other famous poets and playwrights, I would definitely disregard Larry E's opinion concerning this book. In fact, having read as much ERB as I did as a teen greatly contributed to my scoring the second highest in a word comprehension test taken in a British Literature class in college. Furthermore, actor and screen writer Sylvester Stallone reads from another of Burroughs' westerns, The Deputy Sheriff of Comanche County, in Rocky II. Its the book Rocky reads to Adrian while she is in a coma in the hospital.

    So please, don't listen to Larry E, or even myself. If you can nab a copy of this book sometime, judge for yourself.

  • So I'm at the flea market and a lady has a box full of Burroughs novels at 20 cents each. I snap up a bunch of Ace forty cent-ers so I can replace some of my 70s re-issues. Gotta have them Frazetta covers. Deep in the box are 'the other novels'. Not Tarzans or John Carters. These are the stuff from the early years, "Efficiency Expert", "Girl from Farris" and the like. Never read them but at 20cents each, what the heck. One of them is "The Bandit of Hell's Bend". I know from reading his Apache novels that ERB can write good westerns. But Bandit of Hell's Bend isn't one of them. Written in the mid-20s, it is too melodramatic for modern readers. The characters spout bad western (and in one case, Chinese) dialect. One character is a poetry spouting cowboy who recites the worst poetry known to man. It's just plain lousy, but since I have to have a complete collection... And hey, if you can find it for 20 cents, talk 'em down to 10.

  • I, too, read ERB as a teen (got them from my Dad)and his books really improved my vocabulary and hence my SAT score. I'm not crazy about the Tarzan books or the John Carter ones, but I love the westerns and my kids loved them, too. I'm buying this one because, after reading the Apache Devil and The Deputy Sheriff of Commanche County, my 14 year old son wanted to know if there were any more westerns. It's entertaining and enjoyable to read and nothing too "adult" in it.

  • Good read but not ERB's greatest hit