Dead Man's Journeyby Frank Roderus
As a sea captain, Alex Adamley would rather go down with his ship than survive it. Although his attackers spare his life, he loses his arm-and his passion for the sea. So he decides to cross the great American landscape with nothing but the clothes on his back and a family deed to an old Colorado mining claim.
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- 4.24(w) x 6.86(h) x 0.54(d)
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Frank Roderus hipnotizes you with an empathetic feeling towards 'Alex', the character in 'Dead Man's Journey'. The general plot of fighting for something he ('Alex') believes in, is masked by continual hatred and evil acts of violence against him by men who love to kill. It makes you wonder that if Alex was a real human being how he could've ever taken so much abuse. The ending is remarkable as any book. In this short but entertaining novel, 'good really does win.' VERY GOOD BOOK. A MUST READ. If you like westerns, you'll like this one.