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The Desert of Wheat
     

The Desert of Wheat

3.4 12
by Zane Grey
 

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The Desert of Wheat is a thrilling and romantic tale of sabotage in the wheat fields of the Pacific Northwest during World War I. A passionate novel of patriotic and anti-union propaganda, it portrays the anxieties of the young country threatened by a foreign war after the closing of the frontier. Grey captures the heart of a nation at the brink of a century

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The Desert of Wheat 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Boring,slow,and weird.Don't get it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Downloded the sample and this is a Zane Grey novel.Currently,referenced under Mrs Hill's listings.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This edition of "Desert of Wheat" is free, but i will be deleting it as soon as i finish this review and i'll begin searching for a better copy. The editing is so poor and typos so prevalent as to render this book unreadable.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
An excellent novel written by an exceptionally talented aithor. It was a shame that they could not find someone just a little more capable of transcribing the novel from a standard "paper" page book into the e-book style. There were many instances when I had to guess at the word or even sentences. I almost gave up about a third of the way through, but I am glad I stuck it out to the end. The work of Mr. Gray was worth the effort!
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This was a good read that held my attention, although it did certainly drag in places. Although I have not read a lot of Zane Grey, this was not the western genre that I usually associate with this author.
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