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by Louis L'Amour

eBook Bendigo Shafter epub
  • ISBN: 0553123548
  • Author: Louis L'Amour
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Genre Fiction
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Bantam Books; 1st edition (1979)
  • Pages: 324 pages
  • ePUB size: 1597 kb
  • FB2 size 1474 kb
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All the other stories flow from the background this novel sets out. In the L'Amour western books there are just a few that stand out as incredible reads.

All the other stories flow from the background this novel sets out. The Walking Drum", "Haunted Mesa" and "The Lonesome Gods are three. They are fantastic in themselves.

Bendigo Shafter book. and he kind of tells us how to become like him if we read the book. Few of us ever live in the present, we are forever anticipating what is to come or remembering what has gone, and this I do also. Yet it is my good fortune to feel, to see, to hear, to be aware. As much as I have read it has not turned me into one who lives only I'm not sure why I fell in love with this book, but I did. It's deceptively simple writing.

Bendigo Shafter Louis L'amour Part I Chapter 1 Where the wagons stopped we built our homes, making the cabins tight against the winter's coming. Here in this place we would.

At what point does a group of strangers become a community? When young Bendigo Shafter and a ragtag bunch of travelers settle in the rugged Wyoming mountains, they quickly come to depend on a toughness and wisdom many of them never knew they possessed. Led by the beautiful and resourceful widow Ruth Macken, the settlers battle harsh winters, renegade opportunists, and the destructive lure of gold.

Well, what did you make of it? The voice was a strange one, the tone pleasant, somewhat speculative, I thought. I made it out to be a mistake, I said quietly. I made it out to be a mistake, I said quietly nd there was nobody named Finnerly present. That kind of talk could get a man into trouble, the speaker said. I'd soft pedal it, if I were you. You're not me, I replied quietly. This settlement was put together by a small party of people who wished for security, who wished to build something honest, something worth having and keeping. There seem to have been some.

Bendigo Shafter - Now including Louis L'Amour's Lost Treasures Bonus Material Postscript! .

Bendigo Shafter - Now including Louis L'Amour's Lost Treasures Bonus Material Postscript! (Sackett appearance). At what point does a group of strangers become a community? When young Bendigo Shafter and a ragtag bunch of travelers settle in the rugged Wyoming mountains, they quickly come to depend on a toughness and wisdom many of them never knew they possessed. Through these brutally demanding experiences, young Bendigo is forged into a man.

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When young Bendigo Shafter and a ragtag bunch of travelers settle in the rugged Wyoming mountains, they quickly come to depend on a toughness and wisdom many of them never knew they possessed

When young Bendigo Shafter and a ragtag bunch of travelers settle in the rugged Wyoming mountains, they quickly come to depend on a toughness and wisdom many of them never knew they possessed. But when he travels to New York to reclaim the love of Ninon, his childhood sweetheart, Bendigo is faced with new challenges.

When young Bendigo Shafter and a ragtag bunch of travelers settle in the rugged Wyoming mountains, they quickly come to depend on a toughness and wisdom many of them never knew they possessed

When young Bendigo Shafter and a ragtag bunch of travelers settle in the rugged Wyoming mountains, they quickly come to depend on a toughness and wisdom many of them never knew they possessed.

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bass
Many, many years ago, I discovered Louis L'Amour. Being a western nut, I started with what I thought was his first novel and read them all, finishing up with the Sackett family exploits. I have on video the Sackett mini-series that I still watch from time to time and I used to have 'Conagher' somewhere. Several weeks ago, I was in my Kindle store and searched for L'Amour. There as I looked over familiar titles with familiar characters, my eyes landed on the novel "Bendigo Shafter'. No bell rang in my head. I started reading the information provided and discovered I had not read this book. I downloaded it to my Kindle and Kindle app on my iPad and began to read. If this isn't the first book in the series, it should be. All the other stories flow from the background this novel sets out. In the L'Amour western books there are just a few that stand out as incredible reads. "The Walking Drum", "Haunted Mesa" and "The Lonesome Gods are three. "Bendigo Shafter" should probably be at the top. If you have read this review this far, and you start reading Louis L'Amour's westerns and like them, then PLEASE read the Sackett series separately. They are fantastic in themselves. You'll know them all before you are through. One more thing, please remember to thank God for all of the teachers and other folks who taught you how to read, and for the imagination He has blessed you with that lets words on a page transport you back in time to feel the heat of the desert wind, and the fear of being pursued by an unknown danger. Thanks. - joel
Jozrone
This was an excellent story. Not your typical cowboys and Indians. Of course Cowboys and Indians are the main characters because that's the time of the story. But this story is about the West, the struggle for life and the wonder of life. This story is about the history of Bendigo Shaffer and his community of friends, both settlers/cowboys, and Indians.
As it says in the story it takes many diverse people to made a community and HARD WORK to make a community. The story's characters must work together or no one survived, period. It's a shame these characteristics haven't survive. I have not seem a community work together for each other in All My Years. Shame
Mave
This is a story set in the old West but it it isn't really a Western. It might be a coming of age story, except it is more than that. Bendigo Shafter, the central figure, narrates this tale of an interrupted wagon train voyage and how these pioneers forged a community from the strengths they brought with them and the materials at hand. From the hardships of the first winter to the gradual building of a new town and a young man's mind and maturity to the caresses of L'Amour's obvious deep love for the country itself... More than most of his books this one made me want to wander over to his place to talk about these folks over some campfire coffee.
One measure of a good story is how well you remember who was in the story. Bendigo Shafter (both the story and the man) will be with me a long time.
A bonus for fans of the Sacketts -- a seemingly peripheral Sackett is actually central to the success of the tale.
This is a story I am going to be chewing on for quite some time to come.
Bodwyn
This is the first Louis L'Amour book I've ever read. I've known about his books forever, but never read them. According to LLA's son, this was one of his "unconventional" books. I wasn't sure what to think when I first started reading. The writing was a bit stiff, and in the back of my mind I kept waiting for the story to pan out as indicated in the blurb. It didn't. After I got used to the style of writing and focused on the story, I found myself enjoying it. I liked Bendigo. I liked his circle of people. If I had been a character in this story, I would want to be part of that circle. Bendigo is a great character. Truly a good person with great qualities. He was a person who wanted to continually learn, not just about things but also about himself. I look forward to reading more LLA stories.
Kelezel
My childhood was spent with my nose stuck into books that Louis L’Amour wrote. My daddy read him and introduced me to his books quite early. I loved him then and I love him now. At one time, I was the proud owner of all of his titles. Since discovering that I could get and reread his books on my Kindle, I have been busy rereading them all. It’s like coming home. His style of writing is thoughtful and interesting. I was becoming disgruntled with some of the authors that I follow. But Mr. L’Amour never gets old or stale. Even after reading his books over and over. Bendingo Shafter was my new beginning and was an excellent read. Perfectly paced and so descriptive. The story is wonderful. Thank you again Mr L’Amour. My childhood memories have been validated!
Carrot
Louis l'Amour shows his ability to go beyond great cowboy stories, to something else entirely. The character Bendigo Shafter must be based on an American archetype like that of Daniel Boone and Davey Crockett, but here the writer shows his prowess with all aspects of novel writing. In this storie, the male reader may say within himself, Yes, this is who I wanted to be ever since I can remember. I believe there is a Bendigo Shafter in all of us American men. And ladies, you'll just love the guy and his family in the woods. It's a page turner because L'Amour knows how to write masterely when he wants to. This is a wonderful romance of the true rugged but lovable individual, who with his people and family, literally eck-out a home from the woods, and this is the quintessential, I-want-to-make-my-own-cabin story that many of us Americans are familiar with. I loved the story and thought the writing impeccable. Full of plot and subplots, a true work of literature.
Mr_Mix
After several years of reading Baldacci, Grisham,Patterson, etc., I saw this L'Amour book on Amazon and decided to read it again. I thoroughly enjoyed the change of pace. This is L'Amour at his best. Good, good guys and really bad, bad guys. I am starting to re-read the Sackett series.
One of the things I like of Louis L'Amour books is that even while a work of fiction, there's some truth that you can guess beneath the words. The story of this unnamed town is credible and posible and I can't shake off the feeling that it's the same story of many places around the world.
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