Reilly's Luck

Reilly's Luck

by Louis L'Amour
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Reilly's Luck 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 40 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Although westerns can get a bit typical, Reillys Luck was a breath of fresh air. I was pleasantly surprised. Author Lamour comes at this book from a different angle, right from the start. We are watching the world from the eyes of a child. Excellent reading. A must read for western enthusiasts.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A Review of Reilly¿s Luck In a time of outlaws, gamblers, and rifleman. Will Reilly be able to put aside his ways of being a gentleman, gambler, and a gunslinger for a boy who is in help. Reilly is a man who knows his odds and goes with them, but will taking in this frightened young boy help him or in the end hurt or maybe even get him killed? Reilly goes against everything he has ever done and takes the child in thinking he can help him. Reilly does everything he can too help the boy. This is the first time that Reilly has ever had anything to do with any child. Reilly has to change a lot of his ways since now he has a boy to worry about but will he be able to do it or will he let the boy go and return to his old ways of gambling, and being a gunslinger? Reilly has to make up his mind to raise the boy as his own and teach him the ways of being a gentlemen, gambler, and gunslinger or let the boy go. Reilly is a tough man but is he tough enough to just put the one that he has helped back on the streets just like his parents did to him?
Anonymous 6 months ago
Some books are better than others. This one is right up there with the Sacketts
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is one of Louis L'amour's top ten best novels ever!
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cinnf More than 1 year ago
Would love to see another writer of Louis L'Amour's caliber in the western genre, but not likely to happen these days, I suppose. Excellent story line, good detail and follow through, just overall worthwhile reading.
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I wont
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Gem. Please dont tell him please! I really really do like him. Kels. Yeahh
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
L'Amour as usual, good read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
So im being left out? I c how it is then
Evadsllim More than 1 year ago
I love Louis L'Amour. This is the first one I read and now own nearly all of his books. He spins formulaic yarns where the undeservedly oppressed good guy takes a beating, maintains his integrity, keeps fighting and wins in the end and gets the girl! A fool proof formula for me! This particular novel has a strong male influence in Will Reilly, who raises an abandoned boy who develops into a fine man and wreaks vengeance on Will Reilly's oppressors. Louis always champions strong character, values, and common decency and respect for his fellow man. Read and enjoy!
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Another Lamour awesome book
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GConradDietz More than 1 year ago
Each L'Amour novel is just one more great read in a long list of superb stories.
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havasudeb More than 1 year ago
Yet another great book by L'Amour....This may not be his best but it is still fun to read.
Hugo Rangel More than 1 year ago
I thought this book was pretty good, cool and interesting, it was well worthy to spend $5 bucks on a book that would keep you entertain at the airport waiting for your flight or at the hotel after a hard working day at the office on a business trip. I am going to look forward to buy more western books like this one. Good job Louis, you keep us all entertained.
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