Publish date: July 2nd 1996
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Pages no: 464
Edition language: English
I think the book did a very good job at capturing the time and place. I most enjoyed how the author used the sheep herder/cowboy conflict of the west to drive the plot.
I understand that The Outsider is loosely based on a John Wayne movie, "Angel and the Badman." I confess I'm not a John Wayne fan, have never seen this movie, and other than "The Unforgiven", I can't say I'm a huge fan of western movies generally. That admission, to some, may be close to heresy. Lik...
Good grief. This is what you call a saga, I guess. I have no idea if I liked it or not. By the end, the traumas were just piled on, so much so that it was almost numbing. I could not believe the HEA either, that just seemed over the top and implausible, even in Romancelandia. Plus, how happy can...
Widowed heroine & her 9yo son are members of a small ascetic religious community called the Plains in Montana. Injured desperado Hero stumbles into their homestead & heroine tends his serious injuries. Having religious-outsider Hero living with heroine is met with silent disapproval by her community...
Not quite as good as the reviews led me to believe, but worth the time.
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