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by Mark Bannerman

eBook Blind Trail (Black Horse Western) ePub
Author: Mark Bannerman
Language: English
ISBN: 0709074166
ISBN13: 978-0709074168
Publisher: Robert Hale Ltd (February 27, 2004)
Pages: 159
Category: Genre Fiction
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 280
Formats: mobi docx lrf lrf
ePub file: 1972 kb
Fb2 file: 1111 kb

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Very good book and not the usual but keeps your total interest. Another tale to credit to Mark Bannerman with his writing.
Not just a great read but the book keep you reading and love it
An ok book but not great. It was free so i can't complain too much. Only fet it if you don't have to pay!
Excellent reading
If you chose numbers from 5 to 0, 5 being highest and draw a right triangle with the 5 on the left high side and the 0 on the right. Now draw the Hypotenuse and look at how the book goes left to right.
Narrated in the first person, the story starts a few months after Raoul Webster has been blinded in the line of duty. On his way to visit a doctor in San Francisco, his stage coach is attacked by bandits and his brother is killed. Vowing to take revenge, Raoul makes several forays into Apache country and then into Mexico. He also encounters Geronimo and stumbles into several real historical incidents along the way.

The writing is competent and there is a wealth of historical detail, but still the story didn't fully grab me. Part of the problem is that because the story takes place so soon after Raoul loses his sight, he isn't able to do much more than tag along as things happen around him. He doesn't really do much until the very last scene. The depiction of his blindness is pretty realistic, which is commendable, since not all authors can pull off a blind narrator believably. But in the end he's just too passive.
A very nicely told story. A very unusual story of a blind man being dumped on his own by outlaws. Then being befriended and surviving the unusual. Well worth reading, I enjoyed it very, very much.
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