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Appaloosa (Virgil Cole/Everett Hitch Series #1)

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

Seldom read westerns

As the headline suggest I rarely read westerns but liking Robert Parker I decided to give it a chance. I admit I was not disappointed and read it in one sitting. It has a noncomplicated theme so if you are lokking for a complex story you won't find it. The chaacters ...
As the headline suggest I rarely read westerns but liking Robert Parker I decided to give it a chance. I admit I was not disappointed and read it in one sitting. It has a noncomplicated theme so if you are lokking for a complex story you won't find it. The chaacters are interesting as is the story. If you have never read westerns or don't like them this one may change your mind.

posted by Anonymous on July 15, 2006

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Most Helpful Critical Review

2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Not a bad Western

Parker did a good job with this, a fast read,

posted by jeffg2000 on December 4, 2008

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 5, 2014

    Rosepetal

    Rosepetal quivered in fear, seeing the pain the flies had caused. Pain. Something she absolutely did not like. It hurt to move; she had some bites on herself and she didn't know what to do. The grey tabby slowly rose to her paws, trying to ignore the sting and burn of the bites and eggs. Shaking, she slowly started to walk across camp, to Cometstorm, family. It burned her paws, to the point of scorching them. Her eyes were huge, trying desperately to just stay on her paws. Finally reaching him, Rosepetal hovered close by, pressing her fur against his like he would protect her until Lily, Cloudy, or Ice came around. "Fire," she murmured softly, really light and scared, to Cometstorm. "Where's safe?" She burrowed her head into his flank, her body shaking from pain, burns, exhaustion and heat. ~Rose &hearts~ nice names Misty and Spotted. Remember, if no one else wants to, only then I will rp one. Guys, I *know* I've not been the most active recently, but between AP English and French 3 alone, I've been working my ass off. Then I do 3 other AP homework assignments, sometimes gym (I know, it's dumb), Pre-calculus, Computer Programming, blah blah blah. So that keeps me busy and now I'm working on learning another language (Comet, I may ask for your's or Platinum's help a few times) so yeah. Busy life. Atop the fact I have come to the conclusion that boys are butt holes and I have no friends at school has not put me in the bestest of times. Yay! Not. Anyway, that's the end of my rant and rage. I'll try to be on tomorrow a lot more but I'm gonna start learning Latin tomorrow so I don't know. Bbt or in the coming days.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 18, 2006

    No research and no knowledge

    This book was a pain to read. The grammar and vocabulary used by the characters was something from 'Deadwood'. People did not speak like these 'heros' in the old west. A second generation West Point graduate would be unlikely to use, 'ain't' and other words, expressions and grammar more likely to come from the mouth of some uneducated hick. The author's knowledge about firearms was completely lacking. You don't open and close the cylinder of a single action Colt. A rifle fits in a scabbard, not a sheath. A 10 gage shotgun exists, but an 8 gage would have been impossible to find, even if you could invent the ammo. A badly researched book. Mr. Parker must have gotten his dialog and plot from some 'B' movie. Two thumbs down!

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    Posted March 13, 2010

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