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Karen said:
The author is versatile. Very satisfying escape fiction.
posted Jun 12, 2006 at 12:12PM
Razor said:
Appaloosa isn’t the sweeping sage of Lonesome Dove, but I don’t feel that was Parker’s intent. I found this book as enjoyable as any other western-themed novel I’ve read, from Shane to all things Louis L’Amour, with a little Deadwood thrown in. Parker brings back the two key characters, Cole and Hitch, in subsequent novels. I’m enthusiastically looking forward to reading them as well.
posted Jan 29, 2009 at 7:42AM
Avatar for phoebe phoebe said:
I agree with Razor and Karen. I’m giving my take on the oral versions. Appaloosa is on tape and Resolution and Brimstone are on CD. The same man narrates (Titus Wendover) all 3. He does a great job capturing the voice of the author and especially of Everitt Hitch, the narrator of the books. Have fun!
posted Mar 25, 2010 at 7:26AM
Avatar for phoebe phoebe said:
I also recommend Resolution and Brimstone, the other two novels in the trilogy. Even people who don’t normally read westerns would get something from these books. They are more character studies than shoot-em-ups. They author also wrote a book on the Earp brothers. It has a different voice and flavor, more like history.
posted Mar 25, 2010 at 7:32AM
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