Adobe Moon

Adobe Moon

by Mark Warren


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781432838164
Publisher: Gale Group
Publication date: 11/15/2017
Pages: 266
Sales rank: 410,094
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x (d)

About the Author

Mark Warren is a writer, composer of music, and teacher of Native American survival skills. He lives with his wife Susan in the Appalachian Mountains of north Georgia.

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Author, Western Historian and Assistant Editor of The Tombstone Epitaph National Edition - Erik J. Wright

“Adobe Moon is no ordinary Western. This one is special. Many fictionalized versions of Wyatt Earp’s story have been written . . . most, however, are largely ignored by the historical community . . . (but this one) has proven to be the exception to the rule. Adobe Moon is an engrossing ride with Wyatt Earp. My only criticism is the next book (in the trilogy) isn’t out quick enough.”

author of The Story of Texas Jack Vermillion - Peter Brand

“Mark Warren captures the essence of Wyatt Earp’s formative years in this beautifully crafted narrative. Adobe Moon transports the reader to the early western frontier that shaped the legendary lawman’s character and delivers a rollicking tale – entertaining and truly informative.”

author of Wyatt Earp, the Life Behind the Legend, Wiley and Sons, 1997, quoted from Wild West magazine, Oct. 2017 - Casey Tefertiller

“Warren stays close to history, adding the emotion and sensitivities that we can only wish we actually knew. This wonderfully written work makes readers feel almost as if they are sitting next to Wyatt on that brothel barge on the Illinois River, enjoying the treats of the time. Historical fiction can be a delight, and Warren delivers.”

Dr., Emeritus Professor of History, Abraham Baldwin College, author of Doc Holliday, the Life and Legend - Gary Roberts

“It is plain Mark Warren knows Wyatt Earp’s story. He has researched it long enough, deep enough, and well enough to know it in ways that few others do. Adobe Moon is an absorbing read. Understated, direct, yet somehow reflective and even philosophical, it is easy to forget that this is a novel about an American legend. And that makes it all the more satisfying in the end. In the restless ramblings of the young Wyatt Earp, Warren found clues to the man Earp would be. I will be looking forward to the continuing odyssey of the very human Wyatt Earp he is revealing. For now, I have much to ponder as a result of reading Adobe Moon.”

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Adobe Moon 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Dan_Reads_Books 5 days ago
This is a masterfully written story of Wyatt Earp's early years. While many are familiar with some of the more famous events in his life, I'd wager that fewer know much about the background that shaped the famous lawman. Adobe Moon follows Wyatt's progression from teen on his parents farm into early adulthood and finding his way in a challenging time. This gives an interesting window into both the glamorous opportunity for a young man during westward expansion as well as the rougher side. This story has appeal not only to fans of westerns but also those who enjoy well written books about real people. I liked the book so much that I ended up giving several copies as gifts. The genera is quite different from Warren's other books but equally well written.
Anonymous 25 days ago
Well-written, with prose in a charmingly authentic for the time-period manner in terms of language and turn-of-phrase. Immersive, enjoyable, well-paced. A fascinating look at the likely formative years of legendary lawman, Wyatt Earp, and additionally a well-researched and lovingly crafted picture of a still young America and how it may have shaped the rest of Earp's storied life. I eagerly await the next installment.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is beautifully written! I didn't know much about Wyatt Earp, just what I had seen in the movies, but this book gives us a glimpse into who Earp really was, and not the Hollywood version. It captures a time during American history that I would not have wanted to be a part of, but it is an era I enjoy learning more about! The characters are fascinating and the writing is captivating! I can't wait for the the next book in the trilogy!